The South Korean company LG has published several sketches that give an idea of how the design of its smartphones will develop in the future.
Presumably, the device that will be the next in the G line was demonstrated, since LG already updated the V line to include the LG V60 ThinQ 5G model a couple of months ago. However, the company itself chose not to disclose any details regarding the name of the novelty and the approximate date of its appearance on the market. Naturally, nothing is reported about any possible technical characteristics of the device.
But regardless of whether the new device will be called G9 or not, it will clearly receive a very interesting design, built on the concept of "3D Arc Design", in which the front and back of the device are slightly curved to the sides. This contributes not only to a more comfortable grip, but also makes the device more elegant in appearance. From the submitted sketches, it is not clear whether the device will be equipped with a fingerprint scanner, and if so, where exactly and how it will be located.
Perfectly complement the design of the device and the main camera with the design of "Raindrop", consisting of 3 elements and a flash, located one above the other in such a way that the result is really very similar to a water drop. This approach is really a little different from all sorts of "islands" with lenses that other manufacturers are so actively using today.
Even on the sketch, the smartphone looks very attractive. Well, it should be noted that LG devices often turn out really beautiful.