One of the things we’ve noticed that smartphone OEMs have been doing in the past few years is launching a flagship smartphone, followed by variants of the device, such as a more rugged version, a mini version, and so on. The LG G6 appears to be no exception as last we heard, an LG G6 Mini was rumored to be in the works.
However instead of being known as the LG G6 Mini, a tweet by famed leakster Evan Blass has suggested that the phone might instead be known as the LG Q6. The handset in question is said to have recently been spotted at the FCC with the model number M700, meaning that it probably won’t be long until we get the official details.
This will be known as the LG Q6 (recently hit FCC under model number M700) — also 18.5:9, but with a single 13MP camera & 3GB RAM. https://t.co/JdSJi8e4wL
— Evan Blass (@evleaks) June 30, 2017
In terms of specs, a report from a couple of months ago from TechnoBuffalo revealed some details about the phone, which includes a 5.4-inch display that will maintain the 18:9 aspect ratio, and will also be sporting a screen-to-body ratio of just under 80%. It is also rumored to sport a 13MP single camera, and 3GB of RAM, but there is no mention of what chipset it could be using.
In any case take it with a grain of salt, but hopefully we won’t have to wait much longer for the official details.