Recently, LG decided to cancel its participation in the Mobile World Congress, to be held at the end of the month in Barcelona, due to the Coronavirus. But plans to launch new smartphones remain and images of the supposed promotional materials that he was planning for the unveiling of the LG V60 ThinQ, the successor to the V50S ThinQ, are now emerging.
It was Evan Blass, a specialist in leaks, who released two images of the smartphone (in x-ray) and are very revealing of some of its components, namely the presence of a 5,000 mAh battery, an alignment of four cameras at the rear and four microphone channels scattered throughout the equipment. You can also see the unsuccessful 3.5 jack for headphones and a USB-C input.
Considering that there is no biometric sensor on its back cover, it is assumed that authentication via fingerprints is on the equipment's own screen. Still in relation to what we can see in the images, the front chamber is located in the center of the top of the glass, assuming either a notch in a drop of water or a small punch-hole.
Also consider that there is a 5G version of the smartphone. The rumors also point to the possibility of the brand discontinuing the G line. LG should formalize its presentation at a date closer to the Mobile World Congress.