Highlights

  • No side bezels with 87% screen-to-body ratio
  • Dual front facing speakers
  • USB Type-C support suggests fast charging

The LG launched its flagship device G6 earlier this year and ot is one of the best flagship smartphones of 2017. The company also manufactured the Pixel 2 XL smartphone for Google that was introduced to the world recently. The next year’s flagship smartphone from LG is still a distant dream but a concept video of the LG G7 have been created by ‘Concept Creator’ and has been uploaded on its YouTube channel. Notably, it is just a concept design of the phone and is not a leak of the phone. We do not claim that the concept video will represent the smartphone in any form and the final product may vary. Until, then have a look at the video below to have a closer look at the smartphone concept closely.

LG G7
Photo Credit: Concept Creator

The video shows a very large display with very thin bezels at the top and bottom, and non-existing bezels on sides providing a stunning look to the smartphone. The back of the phone seems to feature an interesting the textured design with metal back design and a glass panel above it. The back of the phone encompasses a dual camera setup and a fingerprint sensor is placed below it. The concept device comes with a USB Type-C port at the bottom while the LG branding is located on the back side. The top notch of the phone phone houses earpiece speakers and other sensors. Notably, the concept design houses front facing speakers at the bottom.

The 3.5mm headphone jack has been placed on the top of the LG G7. The smartphone has been shown in three colour variants including Silver, Cyan and Red. The right hand side of the LG G7 concept phone houses power key while the volume rockers sit on the left side. The designer has not revealed any of the specifications of the phone which is justified, considering it is a concept video and not a leak. Stay tuned as we bring you more updates related to the LG G7. Meanwhile, let us know your review of the concept design in the comments section below.

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