Historically, LG’s spring launch cycle has been primarily based across the G-series telephones. Nevertheless, indicators more and more level to LG transferring the V-series to the spring slot. A brand new leak from Evan “evleaks” Blass exhibits the unannounced V60 ThinQ as a translucent render. LG seems to be packing within the cameras and battery capability this time.
One picture is seemingly aimed toward displaying off the cellphone’s quad-microphone setup. That may little doubt assist the V60 in recording video with correct audio. That is one thing LG has careworn previously, so it is extra of the identical right here. The leak additionally confirms a quad-camera setup on the again of the cellphone. We won’t say what the capabilities of every digicam might be, however we’re in all probability a large, ultra-wide, and telephoto at the least.
We will additionally verify from this leak that the cellphone may have a hefty 5,000mAh battery, a headphone jack, and no fingerprint sensor on the rear. Presumably, meaning one other in-display scanner. LG was in all probability planning to unveil the V60 at MWC later this month, however the firm determined to drag out in mild of the Coronavirus outbreak. LG will maintain an occasion later to announce its new merchandise.
Replace 1: 2020/02/21 11:29am PST by Zach Laidlaw
Since our preliminary report, a recent render of the upcoming LG V60 ThinQ has made its approach to the web. With just one image, there’s actually not a lot to take a look at right here aside from an enormous display, which is at all times good to see on a contemporary smartphone. Primarily based on the picture, the LG V60 may have a small notch up high for the front-facing digicam as a substitute of the bigger notch discovered on the V50.
On the show reads “Mon. February 24,” which is probably going the date that the machine would have been revealed at MWC. Sadly, the occasion’s current cancellation as a result of coronavirus has spoiled many OEM’s plans. It’s at the moment unknown how LG will transfer ahead with formally saying its latest flagship.
- @evleaks (non-public)