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LG G9 ThinQ, LG V60 ThinQ leak shows quad rear cameras

09 January 2020 0

As we are getting close to MWC 2020, we are also nearing the time when LG usually unveils new flagships for the year. We reported about the LG V60 ThinQ 5G about last month and now, it has appeared a new leak revealing quad camera setup. Additionally, the LG G9 ThinQ has also made it to the rumor mill with a bunch of design renders and a 360-degree video.

Starting with the LG G9 ThinQ, the leak has been shared by an online publication Cash Karo in collaboration with well-known tipster @OnLeaks. It shows the upcoming flagship from all possible angles giving us a good idea of the design. You might feel like that the phone has a notched display but it is actually said to be a punch-hole in the center. The display size is expected to be between 6.7-inch and 6.9-inch and come with the in-display fingerprint scanner.

The LG G9 ThinQ is shown with a quad-camera setup on the back panel. It has all four cameras aligned horizontally along with LED flash within a single strip in the center. It looks like a better camera module design choice than the square-shaped one we have seen in recent flagships. It is reported to feature a USB Type-C port and a 3.5mm headphone jack.


As for the LG V60 ThinQ, we only have a few leaked back panels to look at. These back panel show the "LG" and "V60 ThinQ" brandings confirming the phone name. There is a cut-out in the center for housing a quad-camera setup. This cutout is exactly similar to what we saw in LG G9 ThinQ renders. It seems like LG's has locked-in the camera design for its 2020 smartphones, at least the ones with premium specs, features, and pricing.



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