LG G9 might not be a flagship, could feature a 5G-ready Snapdragon 765G chipset
This probably means that the LG V60 ThinQ will remain the sole flagship device in the South Korean manufacturer's lineup, which will have the arduous task of battling Samsung's fresh Galaxy S20-series alone.
More interestingly, the Google Pixel 5 is also rumored to be coming with the Snapdragon 765G on deck due to price concerns. Seeing that most Snapdragon 765G phones are priced near the $600 mark, it wouldn't be too outlandish to project a similar price tag for the LG G9 as well.
As far as a release date for the LG G9, the jury's still out, but the coronavirus outbreak could potentially hamper with LG's plans. Earlier this year, a H2 2020 release date for the G9 was making the round, but who knows if this still holds true.
As well as the rest of the hardware on board, there's a high chance a triple- or quad-camera setup will make the rounds. A large OLED display with a notch as well as a large battery will probably be part of the specs sheet, too, and hopefully, a headphone jack will remain a signature feature of the LG G9.
As we know more, so will you.