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LG Q92 passes through Geekbench with Snapdragon 765G chipset and Android 10

After LG Velvet 4G, another smartphone from LG Q series is on the way to launch in the market. Right now, the smartphone is in the process of passing the tests and getting FCC and Geekbench certification. The upcoming smartphone is named as LG Q92.

LG Q92
LG Q92

As per the source, the LG Q92 went through the Geekbench test and achieved scores similar to the Velvet 5G. Although it doesn’t look surprising for the smartphone geeks, ass both of these smartphones works on the same chipset, i.e. Snapdragon 765G (aka “lito”). As per Geekbench listing, this device has 6GB of RAM, but which matches the listing on the Google Play Console.

As per the recent leak, the LG Q92 has a 6.8-inch screen with 1080 pixels. The geeks are expecting it to be an LCD instead on an OLED display panel. However, the smartphone posses the 128 GB onboard storage, and hopefully, there will be some more storage options at launch.

The LG Q92 5G is only part of the whole Q-series of 13 devices. It will have versions for South Korea’s significant carriers plus international units.

While the Velvet targets the premium segment, the Q92 will be LG’s first 5G mid-ranger and will compete against the likes of Galaxy A71 5G and A51 5G.

LG Q92 Price in the Market

At present, the information about the device is limited, but sooner or later, every detail of the smartphone will be official as the device is passing the certification process entirely. Stay tuned here; we will be keeping you updated about the handset here.

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