The brands are recognized due to their innovations, stylish-looking devices, great performance, and other similar features. But all the aforementioned aspects appear only on premium handsets. Average users mainly purchase low-end or mid-range smartphones. With the emergence of 5G, all manufacturers have set a goal to bring smartphones with this technology to larger masses. LG is no exception. Today, the company uncovered the LG Q92 5G smartphone.
The LG Q92 5G is a mid-range handset looking like a flagship. Its ‘military-grade’ construction ensures withstanding extreme temperatures, humidity, vibration, and even the occasional drop on a hard surface.
The phone comes with a 6.67-inch display. It seems we are dealing with an OLED screen that has a FHD+ resolution and a very similar 20:9 aspect ratio.
Apart from this, the LG Q92 5G also sports a 32MP selfie camera. On the opposite side, there is a quad-camera consisting of a 48-megapixel primary sensor, 8MP wide-angle lens, 5MP depth sensor, and 2MP macro snapper.
Under the hood, the LG Q92 5G carries the Snapdragon 765 processor. This is the most affordable 5G-enabled chip on the market at the moment. Of course, we mean a chip from Qualcomm. The Q92 also features a respectable 4,000mAh battery, a 6GB RAM, and a 128GB native storage. For all this, you have to pay 499,000 won ($420).
In contrast, the LG Velvet 5G, which is compared with the aforementioned model, was domestically released at almost 900,000 won back in May ($735).