LG Q8+ Smartphone Variants Listed On Google Play As A Supported Device
LG’s upcoming smartphone’s model number LM-Q815S was approved by the Wi-Fi Alliancelast month, but the official name of that smartphone was not confirmed. But now the device is certified by Korean Communications Commission(KCC) and here we get to see two models, the LM-Q815S and the LM-Q815L which are probably the models of the LG Q8+ as we saw it as well on KCC.
LG launched the LG V20 a while back and after that, the company released a watered-down version of it which was called LG Q8. Now the leaked device LG Q8+ is probably a successor of the LG Q8. Recently the two phones were also listed as a Google Play supported device.
Earlier there was a confusion as the actual identity of the device was not revealed, but with this KCC certification, it is clear that the two models are named as LG Q8+.
Talking about the specifications and features, it is not revealed yet but it is expected that the LG Q8+ will offer some improvements over the LG Q8 and might sport a larger screen.
As usual with all LG devices, the LG Q8+ will also be equipped with Hi-Fi audio and rich and High-Definition sound as the previous LG Q8 was also equipped with it. So we might see more improvements on sound.
It will probably have dual cameras and is expected to come with Android Oreo out of the box. The device will be launching this year and will debut probably in Quarter 3.
Other than this, the company also unveiled the LG Q7 in South Korea which is powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 450 SoC and up to 4GB of RAM. The device is launched at a starting price of KRW 570,000 (approximately$525 or Rs.35,758).