LG Q9 mid-ranger leaks out with 18:9 display, generic design

LG Q9 mid-ranger leaks out with 18:9 display, generic design
LG’s mid-range Q-series has been around since early last year but it’s fair to say that the release strategy isn’t the most consistent – the company released the LG Q6 and Q8 in 2017, and the LG Q7 and Q8 (2018) earlier this year. Despite the possibility of confusion, though, LG is preparing yet another new entry under the LG Q9 moniker, which has just appeared in a new hands-on image.

Overall, it’s fair to say that the device doesn’t bring anything unique to the tablet, at least from what can be seen. The smartphone seemingly adopts LG’s usual design that makes use of a tall 18:9 display. However, unlike the South Korean brand’s latest flagships, the device does avoid the introduction of a notch. Elsewhere on the front panel, an in-ear speaker can be seen towards the top, as can a single front-facing selfie camera. Also, although unconfirmed due to the lack of photos, a single rear camera should be present on the rear too, thus defying recent industry trends.

Moving on to the LG Q9’s spec sheet, leaked information has previously confirmed that Qualcomm’s octa-core Snapdragon 660 will be powering the smartphone. This will be coupled with 4GB of RAM and the option of either 32GB or 64GB of internal storage. Regardless of the model chosen, though, this should be further expandable via microSD. Completing the setup will be a rather large 3,550mAh battery and, unfortunately, the outdated Android 8.1 Oreo.

For now, there’s no news on when the LG Q9 will become official but with the South Korean brand expected to debut the LG V40 later this month, the company’s next mid-ranger could easily make an appearance.

source: Hometop

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