LG promised to launch more affordable smartphones back in July, and it seems to be keeping its promise very well. Just a few days ago, it had announced two affordable versions of its G7 flagship, and now we’re hearing about a new device that seems to be a mid-range flagship. The device is being called LG Q9, and two different leaks have come out regarding it in the last 24 hrs. Let’s take a look at them.
The first leak came yesterday from Twitter tipster MadSimar. He had tweeted the most critical specs of LG Q9 mid-range smartphone, which included Snapdragon 660 processor, 4GB RAM, storage options such as 32GB and 64GB, Android 8.1 Oreo and 3,550 mAh battery.
— MadSimar (@Hackersimar) September 3, 2018
Today an image of LG Q9 mid-range smartphone has leaked online from an Indian website called HomeTop. In the image, LG Q9 can be seen with a large display having 18:9 aspect ratio and (probably) Full HD+ resolution. The bezels of the device showing up in this image are nowhere as narrow as the ones that come in today’s flagships, but if pricing is right then this can be tolerated.
Unfortunately, we don’t have any leaks surrounding its pricing. But, one thing that we know for sure that it is a mid-range smartphone (which probably means that it could be priced at $350 to $500).
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