LG G7 ThinQ has been confirmed and the device will make its debut in New York on May 2.
LG G7 ThinQ will officially launch in New York on May 2. The flagship Android smartphone will compete with the iPhone X and Galaxy S9+.
Xiaomi Redmi Note 5, Redmi Note 5 Pro, Honor 9 Lite, LG Q6 and Honor 7X are a few devices in the sub-Rs 15,000 category that offer a Full View display.
LG is planning to stick with an LCD display for the next-generation G7 flagship smartphone, according to a report from Korea’s The Investor.
LG is apparently planning to launch the G7, the company’s next-generation smartphone in May. South Korean outlet ET News claims the G7 will cost more than the G6, which was launched in the market last year.
Renders of the G7 have been leaked by Technobuffalo, and they give us a clear look at the design language of the company’s upcoming smartphone.
LG’s mobile division head Hwang Jeong-hwan has revealed that the South Korean major is planning to launch the next flagship phone in the first half of the year,
MWC 2018: The V30S ThinQ phone is where LG is focusing on artificial intelligence (AI) capabilities and these are part of the camera.
MWC 2018: LG V30S ThinQ has been made official, the company’s AI smartphone. There’s no word on pricing and availability just yet.
LG has launched the K8 and K10 2018 editions, just days ahead of the annual Mobile World Congress. LG says these devices will go on sale in Europe, Asia, Latin America and the Middle East.
LG’s 2018 flagship smartphone, which is code-named “Judy” will have an all-new design and should be released in June. The information comes from Evan Blass of VentureBeat.
LG is planning to launch the souped-up version of the V30 flagship smartphone, complete with a new AI-powered camera and 256GB storage.
LG is planning to exit the Chinese smartphone market, as the company has failed to turn around its struggling business.
LG’s TV sales over 2017 help raise the South Korean tech company’s profits to over 60 trillion won, making it cross the mark for the first time in its 60-year history.
LG’s patent shows a device similar to a book that can be opened and closed, transforming the phone into a tablet.