LG has already sent out press invitations for a smartphone launch on July 11 . Neither the invites nor the company’s social media handles mention anything about the launch, the company has been teasing the alphabet ‘Q’. Rumours doing the rounds suggest the company is set to launch the ‘mini’ version of the LG G6 with a LG Q6 moniker. Just a day ahead of its possible launch, the smartphone has seemingly showed up on the Geekbench benchmarking website. According to the listing, the smartphone with model number LGE LG-M700 will sport Android 7.1.1 Nougat out of the box. It will sport a Qualcomm msm8937 octa-core processor, which is the Snapdragon 430, along with 3GB RAM. Nothing else has been revealed about the smartphone yet. Recently, a smartphone tipster Evan Blass revealed a couple of details about the LG Q6 or the ‘ LG G6 mini ‘. He tweeted that the handset will sport the same 18:9 aspect ratio display, which means the same ‘FullVision’ display we have seen with the flagship LG G6. A report by the Technobuffalo website claimed that the smartphone may sport a 5.4-inch screen and a screen-to-body ratio under 80 percent. Blass said that the smartphone will feature a single 13MP camera along with 3GB RAM, a specification that is confirmed above in the Geekbench benchmark website. The G6, meanwhile, came with 4GB RAM and dual rear cameras. However, the ‘Q6’ is not the only smartphone the LG fans should get excited about. The company is also said to be working on the LG V30 phablet. Rumours indicate the device to ditch the secondary screen this time. It is also being suggested that although there won’t be a second screen, the device could still sport a dedicated slot on top to access different apps and functions like what we’ve seen in the secondary screen of the LG V10 and the V20.