LG may have chosen its approach to launch a real gauntlet to Samsung's Galaxy S series. The next LG G9, in fact, could boast of four cameras on the back, in addition to maintaining a pleasant function for all audiophiles: the headphone jack.
To unofficially delineate LG's next smartphone are the well-known leakers OnLeaks and CashKaro, who shared CAD-based renderings. According to the sources, what we see should be the next LG G9, which would actually seem a much more refined version of the G8S, and which revolves around practical updates. The first, for example, are the four rear cameras, instead of the two of the previous terminal, while under the screen LG would place its fingerprint reader this time.
As for the screen, LG G9 would boast a screen between 6.7 and 6.9 inches with a "play-it-safe" design, which would offer the most classic of the notch drop on the front, even smaller than what we are used to to see. Among the surprises, LG would have chosen to continue maintaining the 3.5mm audio jack, making the G9 a more viable option for those who hate dongles and Bluetooth headphones.
Not sure when this G9 could make its market debut, although history suggests it could be launched at the Mobile World Congress in late February. It remains to be seen if LG decides to launch the device after that of its rival Samsung, which certainly at the moment enjoys a not insignificant advantage in terms of appreciation from the public, at least when looking at numerical data.