LG is working on a new high-end device, they don’t want anyone to know about it yet but thanks to Evan Blass, we know that it is codenamed Judy. This is not a phone they hope to introduce at MWC. From all indications, it looks like a unit that would make the June launch time, but that is not what interests us now.
What interests us is the fact that we now have a possible model number for Ms Judy
According to the famous leakster, Evan Blass, Judy could be modelled as LG G710. Last year’s G6 had a model number of G600 for the Korean market. This new model follows that convention and could well point to two things – either this is a variant of the G6 for more markets, or it is the device poised to take the flagship baton from its sibling.
The model number on Judy, for those who keep track of this sort of thing, is LG G710.
— Evan Blass (@evleaks) February 27, 2018
It should be recalled that Evan also stated that the new device would not be called ‘G7.’ With this new information, that would be hard to believe.
There is nothing much on Judy for now, but we have some specs to play around with. Expected in June, the device is expected to pack a 6.1-inch screen, house a Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 chipset and carry 4GB of RAM.
Storage needs will be handled by the massive 64GB internal space with an option for expansion, as the user sees fit. Other specs include a dual camera made of glass, resistance to water/ dust/ impact, improved stereo speaker and a great camera AI.
Till then, or till we hear more, all we can do is keep our fingers crossed.