LG Q92 released: A 6.67-inch midrange smartphone with five cameras, a Snapdragon 765G, a 4,000 mAh battery and a minimal design
LG has finally unveiled the Q92 after several leaks. The device follows the design language of the LG Velvet, albeit with a few tweaks to denote that it is more of a mid-range handset than the Velvet is. Nonetheless, the Q92 features a Snapdragon 765G, a 5G modem and 6 GB of RAM, along with 128 GB of storage.
The Q92 measures 166.5 x 77.3 x 8.5 mm, which makes it slightly wider and thicker than the Velvet. The device weighs 193 g too, meaning that it is 13 g than the Velvet. However, the Q92 is 0.7 mm shorter than the Velvet. This difference in height is reflected in the size of the Q92's display, which spans 6.67-inches. The screen has a 20:9 aspect ratio and is an FHD panel.
LG has included five cameras on the Q92, with a single 32 MP front-facing sensor positioned behind a cut-out in its 6.67-inch display. On the back is a 48 MP primary camera that LG has complemented with an 8 MP ultra-wide-angle camera, a 2 MP camera and a time of flight (ToF) sensor. Underpinning the device is a 4,000 mAh battery that can recharge at up to 15 W via the Q92's USB Type-C port. There is also a side-mounted fingerprint scanner for biometric authentication.
The Q92 will be available to order from tomorrow in South Korea for KRW 499,000 (~US$420). LG is yet to confirm whether it will release the Q92 internationally, but the Google Play Console suggests that it will. LG added the Q92 to Google's database in July and included a photo of the device that bears the date September 28. So, we would expect LG to announce the Q92 for other markets within the next month.