Upcoming LG Q9 To Come With Snapdragon 660, Official Press Render Shows A Notched Display

LG awaits to launch a new Q-series android smartphone, the Q9. An official press render was released, courtesy of MySmartPrice. The render features a notch on the phone. This means that the phone is expected to have a 19:9 aspect ratio.

The released render of the Q9 looks exactly like the LG G7 Fit which was announced in August this year. It is seen that the volume control is provided on the left side of the one and the power button on the right side. The phone will be provided with a 6.1 inch screen and is anticipated to have a Full HD+ resolution display (although the resolution is not specified). Two variants of the phone will be released, the 32GB storage, and the 64GB storage, while both have a common RAM of 4GB, considering that this is a mid-range phone. Under connectivity set ups, the Q9 will have all the features that current day mid-range smartphones have. It is also known that the phone will support NFC.

The render released only shows the font of the phone. The rear panel is oblivious to the audiences. Since there is no fingerprint sensor on the front of the screen, a rear mounted fingerprint sensor is expected of the phone. This is anticipated as the Q9 is a mid-range phone and mostly will not be provided with an in-display fingerprint reader.

The phone will run out-of-the box Android 8.1 Oreo but will also have LG User Interface, UX. Earlier leaks suggested that the phone will be run by an Octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 660 AIE processor. The phone will also come packed with 3550mAh capacity battery combined with the 14nm processor. This is not too heavy a procession leaving the phone with a decent battery life.

No information about the release date of the phone is known.

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