‘LG G8X ThinQ’ Design Reveals
LG G8 ThinQ has been working for just a few months since introducing the , and the company seems to have stopped working on an advanced model of the phone. The new images show us how the LG G8 ThinQ will be improved with the changes it undergoes.
LG launched the G8 ThinQ last February. Although it has been six months since the launch of the phone, LG is still working to launch an improved and updated version of the device. This model has changed the appearance of the G8 ThinQ considerably.
The large notch on the top of the LG G8 ThinQ’s display has not been used and has been made a smaller droplet. It is not known if there is an improvement in the front camera sensor at this time, but the design has obviously changed. Changing the design and reducing the notch means that the 3D camera system in the G8 ThinQ cannot be found in this model. This may indicate that the face recognition system and gesture gestures will not be available in this model.
On the back of the phone, the company remains faithful to the dual camera installation. As we just said, we don’t know anything about the development of the cameras yet, but we can see changes in the design. The LG logo is located on the bottom of the phone. There is no fingerprint scanner on the back surface, which means that the fingerprint scanner will be inside the screen.
Given that this phone will replace the G8 ThinQ, we can surely see its power from Snapdragon 855 or 855 Plus. In addition to the processor, it is estimated that there will be 6GB of RAM and 128GB of storage. It is not known when the phone will be released, but LG can introduce it in IFA 2019.