LG has scheduled its IFA 2019 conference on September 6 and we can expect the LG G8X ThinQ to be announced at around the same time since the latest renders appear close to be ready.
LG is expected to launch its new G8X smartphone at IFA 2019 later this month.
Shared by Pricebaba and OnLeaks (a reputable leaker), the renders show a phone with a tiny "teardrop" notch, which is substantially smaller than the full-size notch on the LG G8 - the phone the G8X thought to be a successor to, or an upgraded version of.
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.
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. There is no indication of a physical fingerprint sensor on the device hence it should be coming with an in-display fingerprint sensor along with the AI facial unlocking system. The back of the device uses a glass panel just like its predecessor. The technology vibrates the OLED screen to make it function as a speaker. The back of the phone will retain a dual-camera setup aligned horizontally and will be accompanied by a flash and other sensors.
While the top end of the device sports a SIM card tray and an earpiece, its bottom part includes- a loudspeaker grille, a USB-C port, and a 3.5mm audio jack. Just below the volume rockers, there is another key which might be used for the Google Assistant.