LG is one of the mass Smartphone manufacturers in the world. The company not only makes smartphones but also makes many Electronic gadgets. The company provides a wide range of choices to consumers so that they can afford a new phone based on their spec requirements. We all know about the LG Q92 as its hands-on and specifications of the device have surfaced the internet as leaks. The device is finally official and let us talk bout it specifications
Specifications of LG Q92 5G
The device comes with the 6.67″ inch display with FHD+ support. Unlike its mid-range predecessor, the new LG Q92 doesn’t come with the AMOLED display. The company didn’t ditch the IP rating as it is the most important. The device comes with the IP68 Dust and Protection which is an awesome feature to see in a mid-range device.
When it comes to the chipset, the device comes with the famous mid-range chipset featuring Snapdragon 765G which provides excellent performance. From this, we can say that the device provides lag-free experience to the user. When it comes to the camera setup, the device comes with a quad-rear camera setup featuring 48MP+8MP+5MP+2MP camera units.
Talking about them in detail, the 48MP camera unit is the main shooter. The 8MP camera unit is an ultra-wide snapper and the rest of the camera units feature 5MP depth and 2MP Macro camera sensor. When it comes to the selfie camera, it is situated in the hole punch of the display with a 32MP camera unit.
The device runs on a 4000mAh battery which supports 15W fast charging. Just like other Android smartphones, this device comes with Android 10 together with LG UX9. When it comes to memory variants, it comes with a 6GB of RAM and 128GB of ROM. The device comes with a side-mounted fingerprint sensor and is available in three colours featuring White, Dark Blue, and Red. As of now, the device is only available in South Korea with a price tag of $420 and there is no info about the global availability.
Almost all the leaks that have surfaced about this device are accurate and the IP-68 rating is really a good feature to have in a mid-range device.