LG does not play an important role in the smartphone market like Samsung. Since the company cannot compete in the high-end market, it has always focused on the mid-market and released unique products such as the LG Wing from time to time. Now, according to the new leak, the company will soon launch the LG K92 5G model. As you understand, this handset is going to belong to the mid-range market. But the borders between the categories have been blurred.

LG K92

LG’s entry and mid-range smartphones belong to the Q and K series. As early as August, the company launched the LG Q92 5G. The latter is considered to be the first 5G smartphone in the Q series. As for now, LG may soon release the LG K92 5G with a unique design. And it is going to be first 5G smartphone in the K series. And probably, this is the most interesting part referring to the phone.

The rendering above was shared by the tipster Evan Blass. According to him, the device will be sold in the United States by Cricket Wireless. Unfortunately, he did not mention its detailed specifications. Through rendering, we can see the LG K92 5G will use an aligned 64-megapixel quad-camera module and a flash.

Although the phone appears to have a glass back cover and a metal middle frame, the possibility that it is coated polycarbonate cannot be ruled out. In addition, it will come with a 3.5mm headphone jack.

Finally, the volume keys and dedicated Google Assistant key will be located on the left, while the power button with an embedded fingerprint sensor will be located on the right side of the device.

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