LG launched the G7 ThinQ, its current G-series flagship, back in May last year. Less than a year old, the smartphone is (and will likely be, at least for another year or so) still a great device. However, its successor is already in the works, and it seems LG is planning to unveil the same sooner than expected. Also Read - LG V40 ThinQ update brings March security patch, new features; check out detailsAlso Read - MWC 2020: Who is attending and who is not due to Coronavirus outbreak
According to a report by The Android Soul, LG will be launching its next top-of-the-line smartphone G8 ThinQ (which will most probably be the name) at an event on February 24. Interestingly, that s just a day before this year Mobile World Congress the biggest annual technology exhibition/conference for the mobile industry kicks off in Barcelona, Spain. After the official launch, LG could showcase the smartphone to attendees/media at MWC 2019 as well. It s worth mentioning that just a few days before the rumored unveiling of the G8 ThinQ, LG s fellow South Korean rival Samsung will be launching its hugely-anticipated S10 series of flagship smartphones at an event in San Francisco, CA, United States. Also Read - Amazon is also skipping MWC over Coronavirus concerns
Watch: LG G7+ ThinQ First Look
Last week, a batch of renders and a 360-degree render video of LG G8 ThinQ surfaced online, courtesy of the ever-reliable leakster OnLeaks and 91Mobiles. They show the flagship smartphone having a design largely similar (except for the horizontal dual-lens primary camera setup) to the current LG G7 ThinQ. Conversely, other reports have claimed that the smartphone could even come with a tri-lens primary camera system, similar to what LG s current V-series flagship V40 ThinQ which recently went on sale in India, has. In any case, we ll know everything LG has in store for us in the coming weeks.
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