LG's next phone could be right around the corner, with a new leak potentially giving us a first look at what's in store for the V60 ThinQ.
According to a leak reported by Android Headlines, LG seems to be set to switch its lineup up with a new V-series flagship phone coming this spring, as opposed to its past pattern of upgrading the G-series in the spring and the V in the fall. The site has posted an image of the new V60 ThinQ, which features a teardrop front camera cutout and an edge-to-edge screen like the one on its recent , which came out late last year.
Among the notable specs: a 5,000-mAh battery (like the 5G support and four rear cameras. While it is unknown which carriers will offer the V60 ThinQ, or the screen size and camera resolutions, the site does say that the phone will have four microphones, run on Qualcomm's Snapdragon 865 processor with 8GB of RAM and 128GB of storage, and keep a headphone jack and microSD card slot.),
There will also be a dedicated button for summoning the Google Assistant.
Android Headlines says the phone, which features a date of Feb. 24 in the render that was shared, could be announced as soon as next week or in March. (Presumably it would have been launched at MWC,.)
"LG appreciates the anticipation for the launch of our next smartphone, however we're not able to comment at this time regarding leaks or speculation," an LG spokesman tells CNET in a statement.
"We ask for a little more patience as we look forward to sharing our latest innovations with the world in the coming days."