Based on a series of recent reports, the LG G4 may or may not be unveiled at MWC 2015. The smartphone was initially believed to hit the stage at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, but lately we have also learned that LG could take its time to perfect the G4 before it will launch it a bit later down the line, in May 2015 – or exactly one year after the LG G3 debuted.
But regardless of how the launch story will develop further for the G4, it seems that the smartphone may have just been certified by the Wi-Fi Alliance, bringing it one step closer to the finish line.
Has the LG G4 Just Been Wi-Fi Certified?
Not too long ago in January, the LG G4 seemed to have briefly popped-up on the radar bearing the model number “LG-H810”. The handset was believed to be AT&T’s G4 variant, which leads us to the latest happenings in Wi-Fi Alliance’s backyard.
Apparently a new LG smartphone bearing the model number LG-H811 has just been certified by the aforementioned organization, leading us to believe that the handset in question must be another LG G4 variant making its way towards the finish line.
As expected, not much is revealed about whatever makes the smartphone tick, but the certificate does reveal that the device runs on Android “version: L”, which once again hints at a flagship phone – the LG G4.
Unfortunately the fact that the G4 appears to have been certified by the Wi-Fi Alliance doesn’t narrow down the smartphone’s alleged release timeframe. Theoretically anything can happen in the next several weeks between now and MWC. We don’t expect LG to make the G4 official before the Congress in Barcelona, but whether or not it will be present at the event is another matter altogether. We’ll keep you posted as soon as we find out more.