LG G8S ThinQ Global Release Has Now Been Confirmed

Many LG fans have been looking forward to the G8S ThinQ, however, the company has kept it fairly out of reach of the world. LG debuted this device in Taiwan where it has remained exclusively for some time now. However, the wait for LG fans is finally over. The company has confirmed that it’s now releasing the LG G8S ThinQ globally.


LG G8 Camera Review Editor's Pick

Announced on Feb 24, the LG G8 ThinQ is the new flagship smartphone (high-end, mainstream) from LG. Designed to be a high-volume product, the camera performance is of paramount importance to prospect buyers, despite a relatively affordable price of $620 (T-Mobile, no contract). Let’s take a look at the LG G8 camera performance through the prism of our four photography pillars.


LG G8 U.S. Release Confirmed For April 11th

About a month after the handset was originally unveiled, the LG G8 ThinQ U.S. release date has finally been confirmed today. The company’s latest Android flagship smartphone will be available for purchase starting April 11th in the country. The handset was unveiled at the Mobile World Congress 2019 in Barcelona last month. The LG G8 ThinQ brings a minimalist design that’s blended with new camera hardware, touchless controls, and flagship-level […]


New LG G8 and LG V50 Smartphones Announced

The LG G8 new high-volume flagship handset has just been announced alongside the LG V50, LG’s first high-end phone. Typically, the G-Series is the high-end model with a milder price, while the V-Series holds nothing technologically, but costs a premium over the G-Series.


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FCC Confirms At Least Three LG G8 ThinQ Models

At MWC 2019, LG will be officially unveiling its upcoming handset, the LG G8 ThinQ. The company has actually been slowly teasing the features of the phone, such as its sound-on display, and now a recent sighting at the FCC has confirmed that there will be at least three variants of the phone.


LG Teases Sound-On Display For Upcoming LG G8 Smartphone

One of the rumored features of the LG G8 is that it could use a sound-on display. It turns out that the rumors are right because LG has since announced the feature on its website ahead of the official unveiling. This seems to be in line with what LG has been doing, where they slowly tease features before the full reveal.


LG G8 ThinQ Might Be Priced Starting At $900

The LG G8 ThinQ is expected to be officially announced at MWC 2019 which takes place in the next week or so. This will represent LG’s flagship smartphone for 2019 and as such, we expect that it will be priced at typical flagship prices. If you were hoping that LG might price it more affordably, think again.


LG Confirms 3D Time-Of-Flight Sensor For New G8 Flagship

LG has made no secret of the fact that it’s going to unveil a new flagship smartphone at MWC 2019 in Barcelona. The company also revealed that the LG G8 ThinQ is going to feature a 3D time-of-flight sensor for improved facial recognition.


New LG G8 ThinQ Render Revealed

The LG G8 is expected to be officially announced at MWC 2019. There have been some leaks that we’ve come across in the past that show what the phone could look like, but a new render from the folks at XDA Developers has shown us more angles. It also confirms what the previous renders showed us, so at the very least the rumors are consistent.


LG G8 Rumored To Feature Sound On Display Technology

Sound on Display technology could be a major trend this year if rumors are to be believed. The latest suggests that LG’s next flagship smartphone will feature this technology. Manufacturers are expected to adopt Sound on Display panels for their devices in the ever-expanding push to further enhance the screen real estate on their devices.


LG G8 ThinQ May Feature 4K Display

It’s not surprising that the rumor mill has started focusing on the next LG G series flagship given that the LG G7 ThinQ is already out. That being said, it’s still far too early to be sure about anything related to the LG G8 at this point in time so it would be best to take all rumors related to the handset with a grain of salt for now.