We start the year with several expected cell leaks, and the future LG G9 is among them.
The reputed leaker, OneLeaks, published on January 3 on the website, CashKaro, a series of renders of the supposed LG G9, the successor of the LG G8, a cell phone that we hope will be presented during the Mobile World Congress of 2020 in Barcelona. According to the computational images, the design of the LG G9 would be similar to that of the LG G8 and the LG G8x, with a body built-in aluminum and glass although with four rear cameras located on its back horizontally, an arrangement similar to that of the Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus.
According to the leaker, the cell phone will have a screen of around 6.7 inches, with an integrated fingerprint sensor under it and a drop-shaped notch to house the front camera. At the bottom, you can see the presence of a speaker, a USB Type-C port and a classic headphone jack.
At the moment there is no information on the internal specifications of this cell phone, but it is expected to have 5G connectivity and the new Snapdragon 865 processor, just like the future Samsung Galaxy S20 (or S11) or the OnePlus 8 Pro.
Despite all this leaked information, nothing is official, so we will have to wait for the next edition of the Mobile World Congress to learn all the details of this new cell phone from LG.