The 2020 edition of the Mobile World Congress should serve as a stage for the presentation of LG's new flagship smartphone, the LG V60 ThinQ. But, after the event was canceled due to the Coronavirus, the idea fell to the ground and the date and location of the presentation of the successor to the V50S ThinQ are still unknown. This Wednesday new information about the model emerged, this time regarding the possible 5G version.
The Geekbench benchmark database did not specify the model name, but the designation LM-V600N suggests that it is the LG V60 ThinQ 5G, as its predecessor V50 ThinQ 5G had the codename LM-V500N. According to the portal, the LG V60 ThinQ 5G integrates Android 10 and has 8 GB of RAM. The motherboard is listed as "kona", a code name for the SoC Snapdragon 865.
In addition to the information now released, last week it was the turn of Evan Blass, a specialist in leaks, to release two images of the smartphone. The contents reveal some of its components, namely the presence of a 5,000 mAh battery, an alignment of four cameras at the rear and even four microphone channels scattered throughout the equipment.
This top-of-the-range model has yet to be unveiled, but this week the company unveiled its 2020 K series smartphone list: K61, K51S and K41S. The camera was one of the brand's bets, with the main lens of one of the models being the highest resolution camera ever in a model of the brand.