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LG V60: the first official image of the flagship

UNITED STATES (OBSERVATORY NEWS) — Android Headlines has published the first official render of the unannounced flagship smartphone LG V60 ThinQ.

In a future novelty, the design of the G8X model of last year is guessed: it will receive a similar drop-shaped cutout at the top of the display, a golden frame and a special key dedicated to calling Google’s Assistant.

The back of the device is not visible in the image. However, previous leaks indicated that the LG V60 will be equipped with a quad camera, four microphones (which will help improve the quality of noise clipping during a conversation), a slot for microSD-cards and a 3.5 mm audio input.

This will make LG one of the few manufacturers that still provide for a headphone jack in the flagship models.

The battery capacity of the LG V60 is estimated at 5000 mAh (versus 4000 mAh from last year’s LG V50 ThinQ with a 5G module). Given the “gluttony” of high-speed mobile networks of the 5th generation, we can assume that the new smartphone will also be able to connect to 5G.

In addition, the device is credited with Snapdragon 865 – the most advanced Qualcomm processor today, 8 gigabytes of RAM and the latest Android 10 operating system.

Judging by the date displayed on the device’s screen, the LG V60 should have debuted at the Mobile World Congress (MWC). It was planned to open one of the main IT exhibitions of the year on February 24, but subsequently the event was canceled due to an epidemic caused by the outbreak of the coronavirus Covid-19.

Earlier, company representatives said that instead of participating in MWC, “they will hold separate events in the near future to announce their 2020 mobile products.” As expected, the LG V60 will be shown at a press conference in late February – early March.

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