It’s sounding like the V60 ThinQ will be LG’s next flagship Android phone, and this weekend a few more spec details for the upcoming phone have trickled out.
Some images from a promotional LG V60 ThinQ video have leaked, revealing some of its features in the process. The shots from serial leaker Evan Blass show that the LG V60 will have four microphones, which could help improve call quality among other things, as well as a whopping 5000mAh battery.
Other details shown in these images include a quad rear camera setup, a USB-C port for charging, and a 3.5mm headphone jack.
Spec info for the LG V60 ThinQ are still fairly light, but a Snapdragon 865 processor seems likely since it’s currently Qualcomm’s flagship SoC. At least 6GB of RAM will probably be included, too, since that’s what last year’s V50 ThinQ was packing. Past rumors have said that 5G connectivity and an improved Dual Screen attachment are in the works as well.
We were expecting LG to announce the V60 ThinQ at MWC later this month, but the company has pulled out of MWC due to concerns about the coronavirus. LG could still make an announcement of its own outside of MWC, so we could be officially introduced to the V60 later this month or next month.