Back in the beginning of September we heard about an upcoming smartphone called LG Q9, but the rumor mill kept quiet since then. Now we have a new leak, suggesting the Korean company is indeed launching the phone. An image revealed the front of the device, showcasing a notch, huge tall display and the usual set of keys on both sides.
Looking at the render, the LG Q9 is quite similar to the LG G7 Fit. This means either LG is preparing its first device from the Q series with a notch to copy the G-phone, or MySmartPrice is terribly wrong with its exclusive info.
Assumptions also include 6.1” screen with 19:9 ratio and a fingerprint scanner on the back. Previously rumored specs also suggest Snapdragon 660 chipset, 4 GB RAM and either 32 GB or 64 GB storage, depending on variants. LG still hasn’t issued a phone with Android Pie and unlikely the Q9 will be the pioneer. Price is yet to be unveiled, but since the Q series are mostly midrangers, we’re thinking it will go for under $400.