Thanks to the fine folks over at Cashkaro and the reliable tipster @OnLeaks, we just got our first look at the upcoming LG G9 ThinQ. These leaked CAD renders reveal quite a lot about LG’s upcoming flagship device even though they don’t give us any idea of what’s under the hood.
Right off the bat, we can see that the front of the device looks like it will come with a bezel-less design and a small camera notch up top. The leaked information claims the display will come in somewhere between 6.7 and 6.9-inches, and it will hide an in-display fingerprint reader.
Around back, we see what appears to be a glass back panel surrounding a horizontal quad-camera setup. On the sides of the device, we see standard power and volume buttons, as well as a dedicated Google Assistant button. We also see a USB Type-C charging port and a coveted 3.5mm headphone jack at the bottom of the device with a SIM tray on top. The overall device dimensions are said to come in at around 169.4 x 77.6 x 8.8mm, not including the camera bump.
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As is the case with all leaks, we need to take this information with a grain of salt. Thankfully, Cashkaro and @OnLeaks are typically reliable resources, so we expect these G9 ThinQ renders are pretty accurate indicators as to what LG will launch later this year.
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