The LG Q9 will reportedly launch later this month. A report that detailed LGs plan for 2019 revealed it could arrive much earlier than the LG G8 and LGs first 5G phones which will launch later in March.
While it was earlier rumored that the said device will come with fitted with a 6.1-inch notched display with the SD 660 under the hood, a recent Geekebnch listing has revealed some basic details including the SoC that could power the device. The device seen on the Geekbench database has the LG LM-Q925L model, and contrary to earlier reports, the LG Q9 could actually come powered by SD 821 coupled with 4GB AND 64GB storage.
The speed test says the alleged LG Q9 will bot Android Oreo out of the bo and what is more is that it returned a single-core score of 1,789 and a multi-core score of 3680.
Beyond the Geekbench listing, previous reports claim that the alleged LG Q9 will come with a rear-mounted fingerprint reader and NFC support, 3550mAh battery, a 16MP primary camera on the back and an 8MP selfie snapper.
LG hasn’t officially confirmed the LG Q9 device and its exact launch time, whenever it arrives, however, it is tipped to launch alongside the LG Q9 spotted on the Bluetooth SIG certification site receiving approval a while ago.