Reported new version of the LG G4 has received a certification from the Wi-Fi Alliance

LG G4 might have been
We've already heard a number of interesting things regarding LG's upcoming flagship, the G4, one of the more compelling of which is its alleged crazy-high display resolution of 1620 x 2880 pixels, which will probably put it ahead of the herd. You might remember that the model number of the reported G4 with this resolution was LG-VS999, which was tipped to be the Verizon-bound version of the upcoming beast. 

Well, we have heard nothing about the LG-VS999 since then, but the international variation of the G4 might have just been certified by the Wi-Fi Alliance. Rolling under the LG-H811 model name, this new user agent profile is tipped to be a variation of the G4, probably bound for another US carrier. As a refresher, the LG-H810 that leaked previously is likely the AT&T version of the flagship. 

We mentioned that Wi-Fi Alliance's certifications reveal nothing about the specs of the device, right? Well, that's not entirely true - we also get to learn that LG-H811 is running on "Android L", which was, as you might remember, the alias of Android 5.0 Lollipop. 

The LG G4 will probably not arrive at this year's MWC expo, which will take place in the very beginning of March. On the contrary, we expect LG to launch its next champion a little later, probably in late Q2

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