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Ahead Of Tomorrow's Announcement, LG Teased The Compact Flagship Smartphone, The Q6

Ahead of tomorrow's announcement, LG teased the compact flagship smartphone, the Q6. The smartphone has also leaked in a render that shows thin bezels and the rumoured 18:9 display, which LG calls the FullVision display and
that was introduced with the flagship G6.
The teaser confirms tomorrow's date as well as the Snapdragon 430 chipset. The Recent Geekbench listing also confirms the same chipset, 3 GB of RAM and Android 7.1.1 Nougat based on company's UX 6.0. Other specs include a 5.4-inch display, a single 13 MP rear camera as opposed to dual camera setup found on the G6. The only thing that is unknown and that could be very important for many possible customers is the battery size.

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