Not for the first time we are talking about the next flagship of the Korean manufacturer. We have already seen some movies shot a week ago that showed their possible design and we can now confirm it with a new image that confirms us LG G8 ThinQ Design, a phone without big news at an aesthetic level.
Here that the first images we saw from the alleged device showed us some details LG G8 ThinQ Design that disappoints us the Main? because the next member of the G family will still have a traditional fingerprint reader on the back.
This first detail will make LG's next workhorse a step under the Samsung Galaxy S10 that it will have a built-in screen reader, a detail to take into account when the war begins in terms of sales between the two manufacturers,
The design of LG G8 ThinQ stands out with minimal frames and front speakers
On the other hand, we can see that behind the LG G8 ThinQ there is a dual camera system, strange if we take into account that the LG V40 ThinQ had a triple camera system to give the device a large photographic section. ,
In return we have a front with a few frames, it is noted that the design of the LG G8 ThinQ will be slightly curved, and where we will find detail: a notch. Okay, this is quite a common phenomenon on most models, but in this case we see a series of additional sensors that make us think that face recognition of the LG G8 ThinQ It will be really powerful.
And be careful if the previous leaks, which are quite compatible with the latest LG G8 ThinQ image that has appeared on the net, are true, Seoul's next flagship manufacturer will have a bottom speaker in addition to 3.5mm audio exit. The detail we loved.
Finally, you will see that there are several buttons on the side, on and off the terminal, in addition to the volume control keys and, as we saw in the previous models, a special button to activate Google Voice Assistant.
Recall that the phone will be released on Feb. 24 within the MWC 2019, where we could surprise you with a very interesting detail from the screen thread: you will not have to touch the device to use it. Will the manufacturer be surprised with new technology?