The info comes from the recently-unearthed User Agent Profiles of the two devices.
It was launched in India last September with a base price of INR 13,990 ($196).
A leaked photo shows a similar design to the LG V40 and a clear focus on 5G connectivity for the upcoming phablet.
The images offer up dimensions of the upcoming handset, as well as hardware details and control layout.
The image comes courtesy of company president Lin Bin, along with details of the phone's camera setup.
LG’s next flagship is going to be announced at the MWC.
The app used to pair to Samsung’s wearables accidentally revealed a bit more than Samsung wanted.
They won't carry PRODUCT(RED) branding, rumor has it.
If the latest leaks and rumors are to be believed, it will be more expensive than its predecessor.
The company has released a couple more teasers for this upcoming smartphone.
So far, only users in Bulgaria and Slovakia have seen the update.
Nokia is trying to keep up with its update schedule.
Previously, Xiaomi execs posted images of the phone and camera samples from its 48MP camera.
There is a camera bump on the rear and the elevating mechanism.
Features the same sensor and processor from the more expensive and critically acclaimed X-T3.
The Exynos 9820-powered device is poised to smash performance records for an Android smartphone.
The company has no plans for such a phone, according to a Weibo post.