The LG G4 is already one of the most anticipated smartphones of 2015, and today the South Korean company offered up a few more details. ZDNet Korea reports that an LG executive promised to launch the device in the second quarter of 2015, before revealing a bit more about the flagship handset.
LG says it plans to improve the camera, which doesn’t come as much of a surprise. Back in Oct., the company unveiled a new 20.7-megapixel shooter with an improved version of optical image stabilization. The South Korean firm claims it’s also working to differentiate its design even more this year, though that could mean anything.
While we do assume the LG G4 will stick with the G3‘s 5.5-inch Quad HD display, though it’s possible the company could decide to switch things up a bit. We’re also guessing LG will use the same Snapdragon 810 processor after defending it earlier this month, unless Qualcomm comes out with an even better chip between now and then.
It also seems pretty likely the LG G4 will makes its debut sometime in May, roughly a year after the G3 was unveiled. A Q2 launch could definitely mean May, but it could also arrive as soon as April or as late as June. Either way, it should be at least a few more months before we get an official look at the device.