LG Q92 leaked: A midrange 5G smartphone with a Snapdragon 765G processor and 6 GB of RAM
The Google Play Console has revealed the existence of an upcoming LG smartphone, the Q92. Referenced earlier this month in a leak published by Naver, a South Korean website, the device was originally called the LG Q9 2020 5G. According to the same leak, the Q92 will be available with 128 GB of storage and up to four colours.
The information published on the Google Play Console expands on Naver's findings, and confirms that the Q92 will be based on the Snapdragon SDM765. The listing does not state whether LG has opted for the Snapdragon 765 or Snapdragon 765G, but the 2.4 GHz clock speed of the Qualcomm Kyro 475 reveals that the Q92 will be powered by the latter chipset. 6 GB of RAM is also onboard, as is a 2,400 x 1,080 display with a 420 DPI pixel density. MySmartPrice suggests that these values correlate to a screen size of around 6-inches.
The LG Q92 will launch running Android 10 too. If the photo accompanying the listing is of the Q92, then the 5G smartphone will have a small punch hole for a front-facing camera. It also looks like LG has included a side-mounted fingerprint scanner, which seemingly doubles as a power button. The image bears the date "Mon, September 28", so keep your eyes peeled for the launch of LG Q92 in just over two months time.
Google Play Console via MySmartPrice