LG G8 ThinQ Spotted with Notched Display and Rear Dual Camera Setup
Fresh renders of LG’s new flagship device have recently surfaced online. The smartphone dubbed LG G8 ThinQ, first LG flagship in 2019, is said to have a display with a notch and thick bezels. It’s also being said that the phone could have dual-camera setup on the back.
LG G8 ThinQ Renders: Notched Display, Rear Dual Camera Setup
Launching phones with punch-hole display and triple camera setup is now becoming a norm among the ace smartphone makers. And LG is no more an exception. The company is following the suits with its new flagship LG G8 ThinQ.
Latest leaked LG G8 ThinQ renders suggest that the phone LG G8 ThinQ will have a dual rear cameras set up horizontally. However, leaks refers nothing what sensors/lenses the phone might have.
Furthermore, the phone may have an LED flash and a fingerprint sensor on the rear of the device. This indicates that the device may ditch an under-display fingerprint scanner that was expected earlier.
The phone flaunts curves around the edges at the front. You can see the volume rocker and the Google Assistant key on the left edge, while the phone has power button and the SIM card tray right below it.
Previously it was being said that the LG G8 ThinQ will have a 3.5mm headphone jack and single bottom-firing speaker at the bottom.
When the rendered photos were zoomed, the phone had no traces of the earpiece. It’s because the LG G8 may be equipped with ‘sound on display’ technology that allows audio relay through its screen.
Previous LG G8 ThinQ Renders even suggested that the LG G8 could have a 6.1-inch display with an aspect ratio of 19.5:9 with a Sound on Display technology and an OLED panel. LG could unveil the device on February 24 at MWC.
Stay tuned to know more on the phone specifications, features and price tag. We will keep you updated on this.
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