LG seems to have big plans for its upcoming flagship, the LG G4. According to a recent rumour, the new flagship could feature a fingerprint sensor at the back of the device. The company has also confirmed that the LG G4’s software will be something to look forward to.
Cho Juno, the Chief of LG’s mobile division, has mentioned that the company’s Android skin, UX 4.0, will make its debut in the LG G4. He also went on to say that UX 4.0 will be unveiled first before the G4, which is a little bit odd. This could mean that the company has something up its sleeves with its latest Android skin.
We will announce LG UX 4.0 before announcing the LG G4. I think it is simply the best and the issue is how to best fit the new UX system into the G4 smartphone. – Cho Juno
Another bit of news came from a rumour suggesting that the LG G4 will pack a fingerprint sensor. Apparently, LG is making a last-minute change to include the sensor on the power button of the G4, which is placed at the back of the smartphone. Whether or not this rumour proves to be true remains to be seen, although it does sound a little far-fetched.
LG did not exactly make its presence felt at MWC 2015, although it did showcase its latest smartwatches, the LG Watch Urbane and Watch Urbane LTE. Hopefully, the company is still hard at work with the LG G4 which is said to debut sometime in April 2015.