The LG V50 ThinQ is the first 5G smartphone of the company–and one of the first 5G phones to be started in the United States. It is also one of its newest devices as it is provided next to a detachable display which efficiently increases the screen room accessible.
LG does not want to waste any moment, just hours after this appliance received their premiere in the gossip factory, confirming the imminent appearance of its next studio smartphone.
As expected, the LG V60 ThinQ 5G is announced at the IFA Berlin on 6 September, although the firm has not been informed of the title of the next high-end mobile phone, technically speaking.
Naturally, LG is not so secret about tackling this key function which should assist the V60 to get out of the Android flagship audience this fall. With a 20-second video invitation to the September 6 event, the quirky dual-screen attachment of the V50 ThinQ 5 G will come back with a revolt and an exciting boost.
The idea is quite easy for people unaware of the dual-screen situation (or even the V50 itself). You can readily duplicate this poor guy in some strong game situations, not to say overall side-by-side multitasking instances. The screen intervention goes in useful. In essence, this was LG’s (and somewhat rudimentary) inexpensive solution to Samsung Galaxy Fold and Huawei Mate X, which offered comparable comfort but was far less seamless, as a real foldable phone.
On the shiny hand, the V50 ThinQ and its dual-screen supplier were effectively accessible several months earlier, although LG did not expand the latter item in the U.S. for some purpose. Everyone can do something this moment around and what is even colder is that it appears that the V60 ThinQ will also have the fifth screen. It also shows that it’s a good way for the V60 ThinQ.
We are speaking about a small internal board, so the moment and location can be checked without too much drainage.
This reflects the implementation of the Second Screen at V10 and V20 2015 and 2016 although it is unclear whether the V60 ThinQ 5 G fifth screen will show additional data, such as different notifications, alerts, calendars, or pre-visuals of texts that are being obtained. Whatever the case, let us find out just how LG wants the dual-screen idea to be refined and improved. No, remember –6 September, 10 a.m. in Berlin –4 a.m. ET.