LG is due to launch its new flagship smartphone in the coming weeks. The company is yet to confirm when it’s going to do that, though, and when the new flagship will be available for purchase. It was reported recently that the LG G6’s successor may not be called the LG G7 as many would have expected. LG was said to be rebranding its flagship G series of smartphones. However, a new report suggests that the LG G7 may not be rebranded after all.

A reference to the LG G7 moniker has been discovered on the company’s own website. It was spotted on the page that explains the fast charging feature found on its flagship devices. The page mentioned that the Quick Charge 4.0 feature is compatible with the “Future LG G7.”

Interestingly, this page has since been pulled but not before screenshots of the reference were taken and distributed online. The fact that the company felt the need to yank this page suggests that there might be some truth to this after all. The company may not be rebranded its flagship smartphone series just yet despite reports to the contrary.

The company is yet to confirm when it’s going to launch its next flagship smartphone. A recent report claims that the LG G7 is going to be launched in March and that it may not be released until April. Whether or not that’s actually the case remains to be seen.

Filed in Cellphones. Read more about and . Source: androidu.ro

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