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LG G8X Image Renders Spotted Online before the Official IFA 2019 Launch

LG G8X is an upcoming flagship smartphone from the South Korean Tech Giant which will be another variant of the LG G8. Fresh images of this rumored device have surfaced online and this device is expected to be showcased at the IFA 2019 which will be held in Berlin. LG has also been filing a patent for foldable devices and we should not be wondered if we get leaks about foldable LG phones also in the coming further.

We have already seen LG launching its LG G8S ThingQ which is the companies flagship smartphone and about the upcoming device, there is very little information except for the 360-degree video which says it could be the LG G8X. This handset will be coming with dual rear cameras like its siblings LG G8 ThinQ and LG G8S ThinQ which are placed horizontally on the back. There is a glass back panel and also has a flash to brighten low light conditions.

Furthermore, we can find a notch display on the front which houses the selfie camera and this waterdrop notch is smaller when compared to its siblings. The screen on the device is of 6.2-inches that comes with thin bezels on sides and it is said to be measuring 159.3 mm x 75.8 mm x 8.5 mm. There is no indication of a physical fingerprint sensor on the device hence it should be coming with an in-display fingerprint sensor along with the AI facial unlocking system.

The handset could be equipped with the latest Snapdragon 855 Plus SoC instead of Snapdragon 855 processor but we should wait and see for it. It will be coming with the latest Android operating system out of the box and the power button is placed on the right of the device while the volume rockers can be found on the left along with the Google Assist key. It will be powered via the USB Type-C port and also has a 3.5mm audio jack. We might get more details about this flagship device in the coming days and comment in the section below if you have something to share. Stay tuned to PhoneRadar for more.

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