LG's smartphone sector has been generating significant losses for some years. However, even in the midst of this totally unfavorable scenario, the company remains committed to launching new models.
Information points out that the South Korean should make the V60 ThinQ official, her next top-of-the-line smartphone. Now, an image showing the front design of this device has been published by AndroidHeadlines.
Although the photo does not deliver a good quality, we can notice a display that apparently has very thin edges, as well as a drop-shaped notch, which is much smaller than the standard "notch" inserted in the V50 ThinQ.
Looking at the side of the V60 ThinQ, which appears to be made of metal, it is possible to see that LG has inserted the antenna lines at the bottom and top. The volume controls are also adjustable, and just below them, we have a button dedicated to Google Assistant. Presumably, the energy button was inserted on the right side.
Recent leaks suggest that LG's next top of the line will have a 5,000 mAh battery, a very acceptable amount that can also be found on the Galaxy S20 Ultra, for example. The embedded processor is expected to be the Snapdragon 865, coupled with 8GB of RAM and at least 128GB of storage.
LG is believed to have intended to announce the V60 ThinQ during this year's MWC in Barcelona, ??Spain. However, due to the coronavirus outbreak, the event was canceled. Now, we will have to wait for a statement from the company that reveals the official date.