The LG Q6 launched mid-2017 as the first of LG’s mid-range Q-series. This year the Korean manufacturer added the LG Q7 and the LG Q8 to the list. A few months ago, news of the LG Q9 surfaced along with an alleged hands-on image of the phone. A few days ago, a render of the phone was seen on the web although this time it is shown with a notched display. Now specs of the phone have surfaced.
The source link is said to be the official Android website. However, when we checked we didn’t find it which means it must have been removed. Thankfully, there are screenshots of the page.
Based on one of the images which seem to be of the source page, the LG Q9 will come in two versions with model numbers LM-Q925S and LM-Q925L respectively. The phone will have a 6.1-inch display, 4GB of RAM and 32GB or 64GB of storage. It will run Android 8.1 Oreo out of the box and have a fingerprint scanner and support for NFC.
The second image shows the phone along with some of the aforementioned specs. This is the same render that leaked a few days ago that shows the Q9 with a notch.
There is no mention of the processor but there are rumors it will be powered by the Snapdragon 660. That is a long shot seeing as the LG Q8 is powered by the Snapdragon 450, so a Snapdragon 660 is likely not possible. The Snapdragon 632 seems to be a more realistic choice.