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LG to announce G7 Fit as Q9 for the local market| Report

17 November 2018 2

From past few weeks, the rumors are swirling LG is getting ready to announce a mid-range phone Q9 before 2019. As per the latest report from Google Android Enterprise LG will be rebranding the G7 Fit as Q9. The report includes an LG phone which they dubbed as Q9 but in terms of looks, the device is no different than G7 Fit.

Not just that LG also recently certified a new phone in South Korea bearing model number LM-Q925S which also indicates indeed LG is planning to release G7 Fit for the local market as LG Q9. Most likely the Q9 will also have same internals like the G7 Fit.

So you can expect a notch phone with 6.1-inches IPS LCD display with Quad HD+ screen resolution of 1440 x 3120 pixels. Under the hood, the Qualcomm's Snapdragon 821 chipset is powering the device with 4GB RAM and built-in native storage is 64GB. It supports memory expansion via MicroSD.

The primary rear snapper will be a 16MP module with f/2.2 aperture whereas the selfie snapper will be 8MP with f/1.9 aperture. As OS the device is pre-installed with Android Oreo 8.1. A 3,000mAh battery is on board to keep its lights on.

Feel free to share your thoughts regarding LG going to announce G7 Fit under new branding for South Korean buyers. Stay tuned, we will keep you updated.


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