LG G7 ThinQ debuted, and rumors of LG's flagship 2019 began to appear: LG G8 ThinQ.

Unlike most speculative rumors that came out very early, this information came from a fairly reliable source - the Ice Universe.

According to LG, LG will not use the Quad-HD screen that has appeared on LG's flagship since the LG G3 in 2014, Ice Universe confirmed the LG G8 ThinQ next year will use 4K screen, The background is still LCD rather than OLED as the V line. It is unclear why LG uses 4K screen, but the most likely reason is probably related to virtual reality technology. The 4K platform will dramatically improve the viewing experience and potentially attract a whole new class of customers who are looking to buy a smartphone capable of displaying high-quality VR content.

Anyway, considering Korean companies so far have not shown any interest in VR technology, focusing on VR next year will definitely make a big difference in the direction. development of this brand.

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In addition, the decision to use LG's 4K screen is simply a marketing strategy. Samsung is expected to equip the new resolution screen for the Galaxy S10 series also launched in 2019, expected in January. Unlike LG, Samsung devices will use AMOLED panels - turn them into opponents. The LG V40 ThinQ will be announced in mid-August.

LG G8 ThinQ is still at least a year away, so it's too early to guarantee the accuracy of any of the above. The most concerned about LG at this time is how to sell as many G7 ThinQ as possible, as well as ready to launch the ThinQ V40.

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