LG proudly launches its ThinQ products in the annual MWC events but due to coronavirus scare, the MWC 2020 itself was canceled, leaving tech-junkies morose and firms no choice but to host individual online events. Thanks to some leaks, it turns out that the V60 is going to be a solid phone.
Even though the launch date is still oblivious, the renders show off the upcoming phone as though in flesh. Folks at the Android Police published a render that showcases what the front of the device could look like.
The V60 is would sport a golden metallic frame with thinner bezels on all sides, compared to its predecessor LG V50 ThinQ. The display will be a waterdrop-style notch that will house the selfie camera. The left side of the phone has the volume rocker and the dedicated Google Assistant button.
The phone could ship with Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 chipset and a mammoth 5000mAH battery. Other rumors suggest that the phone will come with 8GB RAM and 128GB internal storage, which can be extended further via the microSD card slot. Oh, the LG V60 retains the 3.5mm audio jack.
Rumors are rife that the phone could be introduced next week via an online event but seeing how important the series is for LG, they could hold an actual event in March. Of course, these reports aren’t solid so take everything with a pinch of salt.