Apparent LG V60 ThinQ render breaks cover, so what does it tell us?
We got our first major LG V60 ThinQ leak courtesy of frequent leaker Evan Blass earlier this month. And we may have just received a look at the final product thanks to an apparently leaked render (seen above).
Android Headlines has published a single render showing the front of what is claimed to be the LG V60 ThinQ. It doesn’t show much though, but we can see a waterdrop notch as well as volume buttons and another button on the left hand side. The outlet says this button is a Google Assistant key, adding that the power button is on the right hand side.
We also see a gold frame here, which suggests that at least one of the final LG V60 ThinQ colors will be gold. We’ll likely have to wait until the phone is launched to hear about any more colors.
This is about all we can glean from the render, but Evan Blass’s leak revealed a 5,000mAh battery, four microphones, and a headphone port. The latter feature has disappeared from almost all flagships recently, so we’re glad LG is keeping it.
Otherwise, LG’s next flagship will likely arrive with a Snapdragon 865 chipset, 5G connectivity, and the brand’s suite of audio-related features. What would you like to see from the LG V60 ThinQ? Give us your wishlist below!
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