The LG G8 is coming, and, if a new report is any indicator, the handset will be holding onto a design decision that dominated 2018.
Face Recognition on Samsung Galaxy S9, Galaxy Note 8, OnePlus 6, and LG G7 Fooled Using 3D-printed Face
Even before Apple introduced the iPhone X in 2017, Android OEMs were quick enough to bring face unlock on their mid-range and flagship devices. Unlike Apple’s implementation though, the implementation of Android OEMs like OnePlus, Samsung, and LG are not as sophisticated.
CES, or the Consumer Electronics Show, will take place at the beginning of January in 2019. And word on the street is that LG may be ready to show off something potentially pretty exciting.
Earlier today, LG unveiled the LG V40, its latest flagship smartphone featuring not one or two but five cameras! The device features three cameras at the rear and two at the front and aims to deliver an unrivaled camera experience with tons of features. While all that might be nice, there’s one thing that’s definitely going to disappoint a lot of potential LG V40 owners: the lack of an IR blaster.
The LG V40 ThinQ saw its fair share of leaks before it was officially confirmed by LG itself — ahead of today’s announcement event.
Early next month LG is going to announce its newest flagship smartphone, what’s rumored to be called the V40 ThinQ.
The last time we saw the LG V40 ThinQ, it was leaking out and confirming that the upcoming handset would boast a trio of cameras on its back.
LG wants to start IFA 2018 off with a bang, and that process includes announcing a pair of new smartphones even before the trade event even starts.
Word on the street has been that LG is planning on equipping its next flagship smartphone with five cameras in total, and the most recent leak suggests that will indeed be the case.
LG has a new smartphone on the market, a luxury version of the V35 ThinQ that launched not too long ago.