Ahead of Mobile World Congress later this month, the Life’s Good crew has officially announced a trio of new smartphones.
LG today announced that its upcoming flagship, the LG G8, will feature Crystal Sound OLED (CSO) technology that will use the phone’s OLED display as an audio amplifier.
LG is all set to unveil its flagship smartphone, the LG G8 ThinQ, at MWC 2019 later this month. Spoiling LG’s party though, @evleaks has leaked photos that show off the phone from various angles. From the photo, it is clear that LG is not going to raise the bar with G8’s design which is similar to any other phone released in 2018 with a notched display at the front.
LG today announced that its upcoming flagship, the LG G8 ThinQ, will feature Time-of-Flight technology for the selfie camera upfront. For this, LG has teamed up with Infineon Technologies and will be using its Real3 image sensor for the G8’s selfie camera.
February is typically a pretty busy month for new Android smartphones, and next month won’t be any different.
LG is planning on making waves at this year’s Mobile World Congress event, and it may be doing that with a gesture-based control scheme in its upcoming device.
Word only broke just recently that LG is working on a flagship successor to the G7, and now we already have some renders of the upcoming handset.
2019 is going to be the rise of the foldable smartphone. LG has apparently decided to go a different route for at least one of its upcoming devices.
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.