Images of the LG V60 ThinQ have surfaced. According to Android Headlines and evleaks, the phone has a battery capacity of 5000mAh and four cameras. It is still unclear when the device will be officially announced.
The LG V60 will probably get
a 5000mAh battery.
Image via evleaks
The LG V60 will receive, according to the images, which were leaked on Twitter by evleaks, a battery with a capacity of 5000mAh and a 3.5mm jack, writes Android Police. In addition, the device seems to contain four microphones, which can presumably be used for recording videos. The back of the device contains a camera island with four cameras.
According to Android Headlines, the device will also receive a Snapdragon 865-soc, but it is unclear what the website is basing this on. Further specifications are currently unknown, but it is likely that the smartphone will at least receive support for 5G, since the current LG V50 ThinQ contains a 5G modem.
The screen of the smartphone also seems to have a teardrop-shaped notch with a single selfie camera, just like the current LG G8X. A fingerprint scanner at the back also seems to be missing. The render also shows the date ‘February 24, 2020’. The phone would probably be unveiled on that date during the MWC, but that fair was canceled earlier this month due to the corona virus. It is unknown when LG will announce the V60.
The LG V60. Image via Android Headlines