The first image of LG's new flagship phone V60Thin Q has been leaked.
Android headlines have leaked the press render of the new phone, which has a tear-drop notch, Google Assistant button and Gold look-alike.
Although it is not possible to confirm the leak, it does indicate that it was to be introduced on February 24, the day when the Mobile World Congress event was scheduled in Barcelona, which was cancelled due to concerns over the Coronavirus.
The picture shows the back of the phone unattended, but according to a recent leak, it is being set up with 4 back cameras, with 4 microphones and a headphone jack.
The leak also claimed that this time LG's flagship phone is being given 5000mAh battery, while last year, LGV50 was given 4000mAh battery.
Other leaks were told that this phone will have Android 10 operating system, Snapdragon 865 processor and 8 GB RAM.
It's unclear when LG will introduce its flagship phone now after the cancellation of the Mobile World Congress, but the company had said it would announce 2020 mobile products in separate events in the near future. That it may be submitted by the end of this month