The Korean manufacturer LG finally takes the train screen smartphones pierced with his Q70. A mid-range already released in South Korea and could be announced in Europe at IFA next week.
Until now, the Korean manufacturer LG seemed to ignore one of the new popular screen technologies: the screen pierced.
No need for a notch, the front camera is found in a punch placed on a different screen location depending on the smartphone.
Already adopted by his compatriot Samsung on his Galaxy S10 or Note 10 , the screen pierced is now taken by LG,
but not on a flagship as one might think. This is the LG Q70, mid-range smartphone that opens the market.
Snapdragon 675 and 4GB of RAM
This LG Q70 has just been released in South Korea, but could be presented at IFA Berlin next week according to PhoneArena . Which could point to an international release.
Regarding its technical sheet, no doubt, this Q70 is not there to be the flagship of LG, it is far from the technical capabilities of the V50 or G8 ThinQ . This smartphone ships:
- A Snapdragon 675 SoC
- 4 GB RAM
- 64GB of internal memory (expandable via microSD)
- 4000 mAh battery
But the main feature is obviously the “FullVision” pierced LCD screen of 6.4 inches with a resolution of 2310 x 1080 pixels. In this punch, we have the camera of 16 MP.
At the rear there is a triple sensor with the first 32 MP with a conventional wide-angle lens, a second 13MP ultra wide-angle and finally a depth sensor of 5 MP.
The smartphone is IP68 certified and will have the Quad DAC Hi-Fi expensive to the Korean manufacturer.
The LG Q70 has already been released in South Korea at a price of 548,900 won, which is about €410 excluding VAT. We should know next week, at the IFA in Berlin, if this smartphone will arrive in our countries.