LG Q92 is believed to be the upcoming mid-range handset expected to arrive soon.
The smartphone was seen first on the Google Play Console database. The listing unveiled its specs and features. But, it was the Geekbench stop that made the upcoming LG phone famous. More details about the device’s features and specs are now revealed. Here is what you need to know.
LG Q92 Spotted on Geekbench: What to Expect
The LG Q92 was seen with the LGE LM-Q920N model number on Geekbench’s website. According to the database, the smartphone will run on Android 10 OS. It will be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon chipset with eight cores and a base frequency of 1.8GHz. The processor is believed to be the Snapdragon 765.
Furthermore, the listing indicates that the upcoming LG smartphone will pack 6GB RAM. It remains to be seen if LG releases this phone in single or multiple configurations, but it wouldn’t be bad to see a 128GB variant. The benchmark performance shows that the LG Q92 got 613 points in the single-core tests and 1946 points in the multi-core tests.
The Google Play Console database, on the other hand, indicates that the smartphone sports an FHD+ display with a pixel resolution of 1080×2400. The display is also believed to come with a pixel density of 420 PPI and a punch-hole design for the selfie camera. The listing also suggested a fingerprint scanner mounted at the side panel and an Adreno 620 GPU.
The camera and battery details are still unknown. We don’t know for sure how many sensors the rear camera will pack. But, according to the current trend, a quad-camera module can be expected. LG Q92 could also ship with a fast-charging supported battery.
LG should release the first statements in the coming months. The upcoming LG Q92 is expected to arrive as a mid-range handset.
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