LG is popularly known for its flagship G and V series. However, earlier this year, the company announced three new smartphones under a new series – the W series. The three phones – LG W10, LGW30, and LGW30 Pro are sold in India.
Now, the FCC has certified a new LG device called the Neo One. The FCC filing shows the phone’s model number as ZNFX210LMW. In addition, we get a glimpse of the device’s appearance as well as its specifications. However, there are noticeable differences between the photos of the device and the images and specs in the manual.
As seen in the manual, the LG Neo One comes with a 5.7-inch screen. The manual also says that the phone will run Android 9 Pie. It does not state the processor that the Neo One will use. It also states that the Neo One will have a 13MP + 5MP dual-camera setup on the rear and an 8MP camera in front. However, the image in the user manual and those provided for FCC show a phone with just one rear camera.
The FCC image shows that the LG Neo One has a single rear camera at the top left corner. We also see a waterdrop notch on the front of the device.
Another noticeable difference is around the fingerprint scanner. The manual shows a fingerprint scanner on the back of the device while the FCC listing does not.
These differences could be a result of a mixup. The phone may launch under a different name. But we have no concrete information about this right now.