LG X6 specs leaked on Android Enterprise Catalog, possible Geekbench spotting
An unannounced X6 handheld from LG was recently added to the Android Enterprise Catalog, and, judging by the leaked specs, this appears to be an entry-level model. Additionally, the X6 already received certification from the South Korean NRRA and Wi-Fi Alliance, making it ripe for an official announcement.
Unfortunately, Google’s Android Enterprise directory does not mention any SoC type and it only provides an image with the front side, which looks similar to the Q60 model that is expected to launch this June. Display-wise, the X6 will be getting a 6.3-inch screen with a teardrop notch for the selfie cam. The catalog entry mentions that there is a fingerprint sensor, but it is most likely placed on the back, since this is supposed to be a budget phone. RAM and storage amount to 3 GB and 64 GB, respectively, yet there might be versions with superior specs. No word on the rear cam setup for now, and the selfie cam should get a 13 MP sensor. The default OS version will be Android 9.0.
The official codename for the X6 featured in the Korean certificates is LM-X625N. This might not be of any particular use, but another model with the LM-X600IM was spotted on Geekbench with 4 GB of RAM and what looks to be a Snapdragon 625 SoC, suggesting that there are indeed versions with more RAM. Even though the LM-X600IM scores are relatively low, they are still in line with the entry-level sector.