filter the design of the next LG smartphone and it lacks a function that had previous modelsJan 052020
The LG G9 will also have four rear cameras aligned horizontally and a fingerprint reader built into the screen.
The LG G9, future 'smartphone' of this South Korean company that will be presented in the coming months, will eliminate the control by gestures, which was the main novelty of the LG G8 ThinQ, as reported on Friday by CashKaro portal specialists, who collaborated with the OnLeaks filter.
The absence of the Z Camera means that the device can no longer be controlled by gestures or identify the veins of the user's hand to unlock the screen. However, the new smartphone will come out with a lot of new features, experts say.
According to the 'renders', the successor of the LG G8 will have a 6.7 and 6.9-inch screen with the small 'drop-notch' tab and an integrated fingerprint reader.
The device will have only one front camera, but it will have four cameras on the back and a double flash, all aligned horizontally.
In addition, you can see that the power and volume buttons will be placed in the left frame of the LG G9, while the right frame will include a physical button to access the Google Assistant, just like its predecessors.
The SIM card slot will be on the top edge of the smartphone, which will also have a 3.5 mm headphone jack and a USB Type-C port.
At the moment, the technical characteristics of the LG G9 are not yet available. But as for the design, it seems to be the same as that of the G8 series.