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LG G4 Expected Revealed on 28th April 2015

LG G4 Expected Revealed on 28th April 2015LG is now going to revealed their new LG G4 with 5.5 inches screen, 16MP camera will available in Metallic Black, Silk White, Shine Gold colors.  LG’s latest flagship will be unveiled on April 28th, the smartphone maker has announced. The teaser poster announcing the date also revealed an improved camera with f/1.8 (up from f/1.9), dual-tone LED Flash and laser autofocus. There will also be a leather back cover.

Earlier, it also unveiled the update skin dubbed UX 4.0, which brings UI improvements and a few new features, including Camera Manual Mode and Smart Notice. The former gives you further control over the pictures you capture. A feature called Quick Shot allows you to take photos by double-tapping the back button.

Smart Notice tracks your activity as you spend more time with the phone, and provides vital info accordingly. Further specifications are not exactly confirmed but we already know them as a result of several leaks.

The display of the phone is a 5.5″ QHD display, which was unveiled by LG earlier this month. It comes with 120 percent color gamut, 30 percent increase in brightness and 50 percent increase in contrast. All this without an increase in power consumption.

Underneath, you get a Snapdragon 808 processor (no 810 this time), 3 GB RAM, 16 mp main camera with 4K video and 8 mp 4K front shooter.

The phone has all the potential to become a bestseller, even if its processor is a bit lacking. Stay tuned for more info on the G4.

Design and operating system

For the past few months LG execs have hinted at a big change in design. If recently leaked renders and dimensions of a mysterious LG smartphone are any indication of the new construction, the G4 will be slightly bigger than the G3.

The images show a phone that looks like a mash-up of the G3 and G Flex 2, with similar rear button configuration and subtly curved display. There’s also what looks like a stylus at the top, indicating a Note type of approach.

LG recently unveiled its new custom software for Android phones and it’s expected to make its grand debut on the G4. The UX 4.0 interface is more streamlined and user-centric. Changes include tweaks to the camera and gallery apps, as well as “smarter” alerts and notifications.