LG V70 ThinQ rumoured specifications leak with a 120 Hz display, a 5,300 mAh battery and 45 W charging
More details about the rumoured LG V70 ThinQ have appeared online. Earlier this week, someone benchmarked the device on Geekbench, reiterating that LG has been developing the flagship with a Snapdragon 888 SoC. A photo of the V70 ThinQ's back panel has supposedly surfaced too.
Now, ITHome, referenced by @FrontTron, claims to have received information about several aspects of the V70 ThinQ. Apparently, LG plans to produce fewer than 1,000 units, which @FrontTron speculates the company will distribute internally and to FANDOM members. While we already know that the V70 ThinQ has a Snapdragon 888 and 8 GB of RAM, ITHome asserts that the device also has a 6.5-inch display running at 120 Hz.
Additionally, the device supposedly has a 5,300 mAh battery that it is capable of recharging at up to 45 W. If these specifications are correct, then it would be a huge improvement over the V60 ThinQ, in our opinion. Not only would the V70 ThinQ be smaller than the gargantuan V60 ThinQ, it would also have a faster display and a larger battery that it can recharge more quickly.
Unfortunately, it seems that the V70 ThinQ will not be LG's swansong as it exits the smartphone business. It remains unclear if LG plans to release the Rollable in some capacity this year too, which it first teased at CES 2021.