LG has officially confirmed that it will be launching a toned down version of its flagship smartphone, the G6. Dubbed as LG Q6 or LG G6 Mini, the smartphone is all set to launch on July 11 and it seems that the brand has already started teasing some key features of the upcoming device.
LG has posted a video, which shows an outline of the upcoming smartphone. The video description says, “A full, exQuisite view is what you need. Q-rious? July 11th. Coming soon.” The capital “Q” letter could mean that the smartphone might be called as LG Q6 and not LG G6 Mini.
The video also reveals that the smartphone will come loaded with FullVision Display, which we have seen in the original LG G6. As per an earlier report by TechnoBuffalo, the smartphone will sport a 5.4-inch display and it will feature a screen-to-body ratio of just under 80 percent. For you reference, the G6 comes with a screen-to-body ratio of 78.6 percent. The report further strengthens the claim of the tall aspect ratio as well.
Meanwhile, the smartphone also paid a visit on benchmarking site, Geekbench, revealing some key specifications of the upcoming device. As per the listing, the smartphone bears a model number LG-M700. It further reveals that the smartphone has scored 622 in single-core test and 1777 in multi-core test.
Coming to some key specifications, the listing reveals that the smartphone will be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 430 processor clocked at 1.40GHz. The phone will run on the latest Android 7.1.1 Nougat and there will be a 3GB of RAM. This is in line with the previous report, which revealed that the phone will come with a 3GB of RAM.
Recollecting some previous rumours, the phone is reported to sport a single camera of 13-megapixel as opposed to the dual-camera setup used in the G6.