LG has planned to launch several smartphones this year and just last week its 5G handset made its way to the Google Play Console listing. The same 5G handset called the LG Q92 5G has now arrived on the Geekbench benchmarking portal. The benchmarks reveal some of the key hardware and software of the device.
The LG Q92 5G smartphone has popped on GeekBench 5 with model number ‘LGE LM-Q920N‘ and it has scored 613 single-core points and 1946 multi-core points. The device runs on Android 10 and on top of it we expect it to have LG’s custom skin when it officially debuts.
The smartphone is powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 765G SoC and has ‘lito’ board which is Qualcomm’s chipset. The chipset is 5G capable and so will be the smartphone. It is clocked at a base frequency of 1.80GHz and has 6GB of RAM.
Aside from that, the device’s Play Console listing tipped some major details. The smartphone will sport an FHD+ panel with an exact resolution of 1080 x 2400 pixels. It is expected to have a punch-hole panel and thin bezels. It was previously known that the smartphone will have Adreno 620 GPU and the variant on Play Console also had 6GB of RAM.
This is the second time we are hearing about the LG Q92 5G smartphone and therefore, the details are very scarce. Once, more details are surfaced, we’ll be the first on to notify you of the same.
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