LG’s new flagship smartphone - G8 ThinQ

LG’s new flagship smartphone - G8 ThinQ

It is, after all, Sprints first and so far only 5G phone to be announced and much of the renders for the V50 ThinQ had Sprint's branding all over it.

The objective of introducing the attachable 6.2-inch OLED display is to offers users an efficient way of multitasking without having to rely on the development of a new optimized user interface, according to LG.

LG headquarters' officials based in Seoul declined to confirm the rumor, saying there would be no halt in the smartphone business, and that the newest phones are proof.

There's a 6.4in QHD+ OLED FullVision screen with a 19.5:9 aspect ratio, while on the audio side, aptX HD Bluetooth is joined by support for DTS:X for creating a virtual surround sound effect from either the built-in stereo speakers or a pair of connected headphones.

The LG G8 ThinQ's Z Camera also enables a feature called Air Motion.

Apart from launching its LG8 ThinQ and G8s ThinQ smartphones, LG has announced another flagship device called the LG V50 ThinQ as its first 5G smartphone.

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No pricing or availability was offered by LG during its Mobile World Congress conference but we will keep you updated.

Other notable specs include a sizeable 4,000 mAh battery, but with 5G connectivity widely expected to be a bit thirsty in these first generation handsets, it's unclear how that battery will function in the real world.

LG apparently launch two variant of the G8, a dual camera and triple camera variant. The price of the LG V50 could be well north of $1,000, but that's just speculation for now. The only difference between the two devices, at least at the outset, is a 5G logo located on the rear of the smartphone. On the rear camera, the G8 can apparently film in portrait mode, analysing depth in real time to deliver in-focus subjects and blurred backgrounds.

LG should be commended for shoehorning the guts of a 5G phone into the V40's body - no small feat, as Samsung's 6.7-inch monster 5G phone proves.

ENGLEWOOD CLIFFS, N.J., February 24, 2019 - LG Electronics (LG) has captured the imaginations of consumers the world over at Mobile World Congress 2019 with the simultaneous unveiling of its newest G and V series flagship smartphones. And for better or worse, it would appear that's exactly what the company intends to do yet again for 2019.

Sound quality seemed solid, though I'd want to test it more thoroughly before giving a proper verdict, and especially see how it interacts with LG's Boombox tech, which has been in its phones for a little while.

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