LG Q6, which was supposed to become the mini variant for the flagship LG G6 was in the spotlights this week and it seems it’s going stay there next week too.
In the meantime it appeared on Geekbench and we kinda get why LG decided to change its name, to LG Q6. It’s way under-equipped for the LG G6 series. Even for a “mini” variant.
Geekbench isn’t very generous in details, as always, but we get to confirm it’s existence and some of its most important specs. The phone is powered by a modest Snapdragon 430 chipset, with octa-core processor clocked at 1,4 GHz and 3 GB of RAM. From Geekbench we also find that it’s going to be delivered with Android 7.1.1 on board.
From previous leaks we learned that it should sport a 5.4-inch display, with a 18.5:9 screen ratio, and a shape similar cu the ones on LG G6, but it might not be an impressive display. Not after confirming the rather modest chipset it’s been equipped with.
From previous rumors we also learn that it should get a 13MP main camera, but there are no details about the frontal camera of the internal storage amount.
As we noted earlier, the phone should be in the spotlights next week too, as LG Poland has sent invitations for an unveiling event scheduled for July 11, which is on Tuesday, next week.