G8 Thinq and V50 Thinq will come with some latest and unbelievable features. LG has announced that the phone will be made obtainable in select markets like the US, Australia, South Korea and some countries in Europe. The design of the smartphone is just about the same and the only difference is the screen resolution, the battery's capacity and the number of cameras. The G8 ThinQ features a 12MP main camera + 16MP super wide lens + 12MP telephone lens at the back while the G8s ThinQ incorporates a 12MP primary + 13MP super wide + 12MP telephoto lens. It is fueled by 4,000 mAh battery and Snapdragon X50 5G modem to deliver the advanced processing power required for 5G. The phone also comes with a Dual Screen accessory that consists of a 6.2-inch Full HD+ Full Vision OLED attachable display that attaches itself to the side of the phone through Pogo Pin connector. Interestingly, LG got rid of the earpiece speaker in favour of Crystal Sound OLED technology.
One of the highlight features of the LG G8 ThinQ is its Z Camera, which uses Time-of-Flight to enable some unique functions. The phone also recognizes a user's vein pattern, width and other characteristics to replace fingerprints.
The LG G8 ThinQ doesn't really fall into the spectrum of "one of the most anticipated phones of the year", you probably might have never heard about it before this. The accessory has a 6.2-inch OLED display that depends on the V50's internal battery, hence the reason the Korean stalwart has equipped the V50 with a 4000mAh battery. Hiding inside the notch are not one but two selfie cameras with an 8 MP sensor paired with a standard lens and 5 MP sensor paired with a wide-angle lens, like on its successor the V40 ThinQ. It also houses 6 GB of RAM and 128 GB of native storage that can be expanded up to 128 GB with a microSD card. "We are especially excited to partner with Xperi to implement FotoNation's 3D face recognition and imaging technologies into the G8". LG's Hand ID uses "biometric authentication" tech; its IR sensors collect information about your blood and draws an image of your vein structure - all you need to do to unlock your device is to hover your hand over the screen and the phone will unlock.
Users can also activate features with gestures - for example to play or pause a song or video, or adjust the volume, by twisting their fingers, emulating the character played by Tom Cruise in science-fiction detective thriller Minority Report.
Speaking of audio, LG has also included a Boombox Speaker feature with the G8 ThinQ that's capable of stereo output.