LG has quite a lot in store for us in the coming days, even as it has two big announcements to make, one each on September 21 and October 1. A phone named Class will apparently be the star of the show on the former date, while the limelight will shift towards a device named V10 on the latter date.
The South Korean giant has already begun teasing the LG Class via Facebook, while a number of its important details have leaked as well. It has apparently been codenamed H740, and will be distinguished by its metal body that will give it a premium appearance.
This phone is believed to be a mid-range phablet. This is evident from the specifications that have leaked via a GFX Bench listing that appear to be of the LG H740. If this listing is indeed referring to the Class, it will ship with a 5.7-inch 1080p full HD display on its front surface.
An octa core Qualcomm Snapdragon 615 processor will apparently be fueling its operations from within, taking assistance from 2GB worth of RAM. The new metal-clad LG smartphone is believed to feature 8GB worth of storage space which will most definitely be expandable.
The Class could come equipped with a 12MP or 13MP main camera capable of shooting 1080p videos. A front snapper will be present on it as well, offering support for selfies. Android 5.1.1 Lollipop will be its OS of choice.
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While September 21 should see the LG Class being unveiled, October 1 will see the company taking the veil off its new V10 smartphone which is distinguished by the fact that it offers a secondary ticker display.