There were rumours on the air that LG won’t come up with its next G-series by calling it the G7. The company also scrubbed its internal plan for the phone to give it a fresh start. But today a video of a device was published by the Israeli publication “Ynet”, which clearly stated the symbol G7 having codename Neo. Though, it’s not transparent yet whether the device LG will actually be launching or is it just to show some of the work that the company has performed to one of its next phones.

LG is prepping up for its new G series during the first half of the year, by numbering the phone with a two digit number and revamping the phone with a new name are few of the options kept on the table. The G-series first gained thing back in 2012, when LG declared the Optimus G back in September of that year only. In the following the firm abandoned the Autobotesque “Optimus” part and ever since got hooked with the G name.

According to Ynet report, this phone has a notch, for sure, along with a 6-inch OLED display, and also having 19.5:9 aspect ratios. The phone has a front facing camera of 8 megapixels, and two 16-megapixels primary cameras, and also a rear fingerprint sensor. It also mingles with the Snapdragon 845 processor of Qualcomm and posses a 4GB RAM, along with 64 GB of storage. The battery of this phone is 3,000 mAh. Reporter of “Venture” Evan Blass suggests that this device might be the cancelled one. He also tells that this G7 was accompanied by a V35 and Q7, and even a new watch.

“VentureBeat” also tells that the sources from the industry also referred to a phone named “Judy” that should be arriving in June. It’s larger than its predecessor G6, having a 6.1 inch FullVision MLCD+ display.

The glass back of the phone looks pleasing, and so does the blue colour. One thing is a bit unpleasant to see LG proceeding this way of all the various notch clones, but may be this phone is reaching out to the one what people seek.