LG’s flagship phones over the last few years all look very similar to each other: good luck choosing G7, V40, G8, V50, G8X, or V60 from the ranks unless you have a very good memory for the number of cameras. The company seems to be changing everything for an upcoming device, which is said to be using a completely new design language.
LG described this design language as “a nod to the natural world with different visual form factors from industry trends.” “Raindrop” cameras feature a smaller lens and LED flash below the larger main camera, generating water droplets; LG’s record is contrary to current trends for large camera bumps.
Elsewhere, LG said it uses a new “3D Arc Design” element that involves symmetrical curves on the look and back of the phone, although it’s unclear how or whether it will be unique. Samsung says many of the same things about the Galaxy Note 7 which has bad luck, for example, while Xiaomi has made similar claims in the past.
There are no other details of the cellphone itself available, but it looks like LG will implement this design language in all its ranks. “Our upcoming smartphone will utilize the rich history of classic LG designs that are always different at the first touch,” VP and mobile design lab head Cha Yong-duk said in a statement. statement. “This handset will be the first display of a competitive advantage that we will bring to every LG smartphone that will come.”
Naver Korean news portal reported this month that LG will launch the phone on May 15 with a new brand and design intended to reproduce the success of Chocolate, the company’s iconic pre-smartphone series. It is said to use Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 765 mid-range with integrated 5G and targeting more affordable price points. We have to see how the device actually looks, but LG sets high expectations for its design.
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