LG appears to be engaged on a bunch of latest smartphones which may be a part of a rumoured ‘Q’ sequence. Again in Could, the corporate reportedly trademarked 13 Q-series cellphone names and now, a South Korean publication has said that a few of these telephones will probably be 5G enabled. One specifically, the LG Q92 5G that comes with mannequin quantity LM-Q920N, is alleged to be a more inexpensive various to the LG Velvet, which can be a 5G cellphone. Additional, there are a number of variants of the LM-Q920N suggesting that there will probably be provider dependent fashions with completely different storages, in addition to non 5G fashions.
As per the report by Naver, LG is engaged on more inexpensive 5G smartphones, one in every of which is the LG Q92 5G. The report claims that the corporate had initially deliberate on calling the cellphone LG Q9 2020 5G however determined to go along with LG Q92 5G as an alternative. The record shared within the report exhibits a bunch of variants of the LM-Q920N, two of that are devoted to 2 of the three main carriers in South Korea – Korea Telecom and U+.
Additional, a few of the variants carry the 5G moniker whereas the remainder do not. There are names like LM-Q920N_128G, LM-Q920N_128GR, LM-Q920N_128GT, and LM-Q920N_128GW suggesting that they are going to include 128GB of onboard storage with presumably completely different color choices.
Moreover, a report by GSM Area claims that among the many trademarked Q sequence fashions, there have been others just like the Q3x, Q5x, and Q6x sequence as effectively. It looks like LG desires to capitalise on the inexpensive 5G smartphone market. The LG Velvet additionally targets the mid-tier 5G smartphone market with its Snapdragon 765G SoC, triple rear digital camera setup, and curved show. The cellphone was launched in early Could in South Korea and is step by step making its way to different markets together with Germany, Italy, Spain, Asia, Center East, Africa Latin America, and more.
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