LG G8X Renders Leak, Tip Dewdrop Notch, Dual Rear Cameras, Headphone Jack

Rumor has it the LG G8X will be unveiled next. These images have been provided by OnLeaks and Pricebaba, which had happened with a number of phones in the past. First up, the LG G8X will feature a 6.2-inch Quad HD+ OLED screen with a waterdrop notch instead of the wide notch that came with the LG G8 ThinQ. The back of the phone will retain a dual-camera setup aligned horizontally and will be accompanied by a flash and other sensors. LG's branding will be present on the back of the phone as well, while the back will be curved. On the right, you'll be able to find a power / lock key. That Google Assistant button will probably be customizable, though.

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. 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. 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. That makes all the sense in the world as it is not visible anywhere else, while fancy face-scanning sensors are also missing. We'd put gaming at the top of the list, as we want to play Fortnite without our fat digits gumming up half of the screen, but yes, we can see how productivity, messaging and browsing scenarios can also be appealing for some, too.

The phone's SIM tray will be placed on the top of the display, while a loudspeaker will be located on the bottom. The recent renders suggest that the G8X will sport a waterdrop notch display, glass back panel, and a 3.5mm headphone jack.

The second major difference is the presence of an earpiece, which suggests LG has ditched its hole-less Crystal Sound tech from the LG G8, which used vibrations to produce sound through the screen.

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