LG V60 ThinQ – Leaked Images Reveal Some Specs/Features

LG V60

While Samsung’s flag is flying high all over, its South Korean competitor, LG Electronics, does not appear to be doing that great in the smartphone arena. The company is possibly having a captive market within its home country but elsewhere it is struggling to find a firm footing. The company was to have participated in the MWC 2020 and unveiled its new flagship, the LG V60ThinQ. This is a successor to the LG V50ThinQ. The virus scare is said to have resulted in LG changing its mind. The device may be announced anytime now, especially since Samsung’s flagship Galaxy S series phones are to be launched today. A promotional video of the device meant for marketing the device has been leaked and gives a few hints on what to expect.

Four Microphones; Four Cameras and a 5,000mAh Battery

In terms of the details that can be gleaned from the leaked video, you have a see-through kind of an image meant to explain the different components. This shows there are four microphones on the front panel of the LG V60ThinQ. The camera setup in the rear shows that it’s going to be a quad-camera setup though there is no way of telling what the configuration of these four sensors would be. You have to only make a wild guess or go by rumors. What has not been held back is the size of the battery; it is going to be 5,000mAh.

LG V60 battery

 

These renders also clearly show the physical buttons and other slots on the device. You can, therefore, notice the power on/off button on the right side while the volume rocker seems to be on the left. The Google Assistant button cannot be missed either. There are a USB C-type port and a 3.5mm jack. Some of these design aspects have been seen on the LG V50ThinQ and therefore there is no novelty from LG.

The Processor Should be Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 SoC

The other assumptions to be made are that the LG V60ThinQ will sport a display that will be 6.7-inch to 6.9-inch in size and that the processor would be the Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 SoC. The simple explanation is LG might not want to compromise on its flagship device, especially if it intends to take on Samsung. The operating system will be Android 10 out of the box. The rest of the details like the RAM and internal storage options may be known only when the company makes the official announcement.

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