LG appears to have a new mid-range smartphone in the pipeline that subscribes to the 2018 design language of tall displays. It’s said to be called the LG Q9 and the accompanying report claims that this handset has an 18:9 aspect ratio display. The software skin and the placement of the volume buttons make it clear that this is unquestionably an LG device.


Despite its 18:9 aspect ratio display it doesn’t have a notch up top. It’s going to have rounded corners so LG will slap on its FullVision display branding possibly. Given that it’s going to be a mid-range device it will most likely be a FHD+ resolution panel.

The device will reportedly have a Snapdragon 660 processor with 4GB of RAM and up to 64GB of internal storage. The battery would likely be larger than the Q8’s 3,550mAh. It will be powered by Android 8.1 Oreo which won’t earn LG brownie points seeing as how Android 9 Pie is now the latest version of Google’s mobile operating system.

No word as yet on what this device packs in the camera department. Many mid-range devices are coming with dual camera systems at the back and the same can’t be ruled out for the Q9. LG hasn’t said anything about this device officially so it’s difficult to say when it’s going to arrive, where it will be released, and how much it’s going to cost.

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