LG Reveals a New Design for its Next Flagship Phone


From the past few years, flagship phones from LG come with an old-fashioned and similar look as their old models. But now, the company seems to be changing this tradition by bringing a completely new design for its upcoming phone. This is completely a new design language that is new in this industry.

LG describes this design language as “a nod to the natural world with a visual form factor that differs from the industry trend.” A “raindrop” camera features smaller lenses and an LED flash below the larger main camera, resembling dripping water; LG notes this is in opposition to current trends for big camera bumps.

LG says it’s using a new “3D Arc Design” element that involves symmetrical curves on the display and the back of the phone. However, it is still not clear how the company will make this design unique from others.

LG new smartphone design

Well, LG didn’t provide any further details of the phone, however, it looks like the company will be using this design in most of its smartphone series. Our upcoming smartphone will draw on the rich history of classic LG designs which have always been distinctive at first touch,” says VP and mobile design lab head Cha Yong-duk in a statement. “This handset will be a first-look at the competitive edge we will be bringing to every LG smartphone going forward.”

According to some reports, LG is working on to launch its next smartphone on May 15th with a new brand and design. The company will be launching this phone as an intention to reproduce the success of Chocolate, the company’s iconic pre-smartphone series. This upcoming smartphone from LG is said to be powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 765G. However, there is no official information from the company is available regarding this phone. 

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