However, the LG W-series handsets are exclusively available in India. The series came to rival mid-range smartphones from other brands like Realme, Xiaomi, and Samsung.
Over the weekend, a reliable tipster – Evan Blass – shared a leaked press render of the upcoming LG W41 smartphone.
The W-series smartphones that have launched before now featured on-screen notches. However, it appears the LG W41 will arrive as the first in the W-series to feature a punch-hole display.
As the render shows, the LG W41 has a slightly thicker bezel on the bottom of the screen and slim bezels on the other sides.
It appears that the back panel of the phone is plastic, and it features a fingerprint reader for unlocking the device.
The rear panel also sports a rectangular-shaped camera module that comprises a 48-megapixel primary snapper and three other lenses alongside an LED flash unit.
The smartphone has the volume rockers and power button on the right side. Aside from that, it appears a dedicated Google Assistant button is on the same side as the power button.
Blass further revealed the model number of the upcoming LG W41 as LMK610. The phone would debut alongside two other variants; LG W41 Plus and LG W41 Pro.
Presently, the leak revealed nothing about the three smartphones in the LG W41 lineup.