The latest LG versions of 5G phones will soon be launched, titled LG Q92, and the latest live video leaks have reviewed the details of the phone's design before the official announcement.
The LG Q92 is one of the mid-range versions that compete this year in the category of 5G phones, as expectations indicate LG’s plans to launch the phone in the Korean market at the end of this month.
The first features of the phone's design were revealed in graphic leaks from the promotional campaign for the phone, and today the phone appears in vivid light, providing a clearer look at the design.
The live images confirm that the LG Q92 comes with an unconventional design for the rear camera, as it differs from the camera design in the versions of Samsung and Huawei, and the camera design also differs from the Velvet version, which comes with a front camera in a bump in the screen, and a rear camera with a vertical design that mimics water drops.
On the other hand, the LG Q92 comes with a front camera in the screen hole, while the rear camera sensors come in a parallel design, and the LG Q92 also includes a Snapdragon 765G processor chip, and the phone also features a 6.7-inch screen and Full HD Plus display quality.
Also, the LG Q92 phone includes a 4000 mAh battery, and the phone also features a 48-megapixel rear camera sensor, an 8-megapixel sensor, and a 5-mega-pixel camera, while the last sensor comes with a 2-mega-pixel camera, and the phone also includes a 32-megapixel sensor. Front camera pixel.
The LG Q92 is scheduled to come with a random memory of 6 GB RAM, with a storage capacity of 128 GB, and the phone features measurements of 166.5 by 77.3 by 8.5 mm, with a weight of 193 grams, and the Android 10 operating system.