Newest LG Q9 is a G7 Fit version for South Korea with features like a Quad DAC and HDR10 screen.

LG has reintroduced its G7 Fit as a new entry into the Q-series as the LG Q9. The specification sheet is virtually identical except for its new color options. This phone is said to be aimed at students and will cost about KRW 500,000 in South Korea ($445/€390).

The standout features of this phone are majorly its multimedia capabilities and durability. The device features LG’s trademark Quad DAC for a high-quality wired audio and a powerful speaker by boombox for loud music lovers. There is also a 3.5mm headphone jack and an FM receiver too.

The LG Q9 also has a 6.1” screen which is pretty special too all thanks to its QHD+ resolution. One headlining feature is its 1,000nit daylight visibility mode along with its HDR10-enabled to boot.

The LG Q9 is also waterproof (IP68) and drop-resistant (MIL-STD-810G). It is available in Carmine Red, New Moroccan Blue and Aurora Black. 

Powered by a Snapdragon 821 chipset, it runs on the Android 8.1 Oreo and supports LG Pay which features a dedicated Google Assistant key.

Its memory configuration is 4GB of RAM and 64GB storage, plus a microSD card slot. There is also a fast USB-C 3.1 port at the bottom that also supports Quick Charge 3.0 along with a 3,000mAh capacity.

The phone has a single 16MP camera at its back and a fingerpriCder below it. The selfie camera is 8MP in the notch on the screen.

LG Q9 is scheduled to launch on the three big Korean carriers on July 11.