Latest Leak of LG G8 ThinQ supports Onleaks Cad Rendering
LG G8 ThinQ, the so called LG Alpha, got new leak showing almost all sides. The photo as you can see revealed nothing new about the smartphone. It’s relying on the 2018 notch display which similar tech companies are disregarding for 2019 flagship. If this image rendering is true, then LG may need to crack their brain more next year unless other OEMs will have left the company behind in the smartphone world.
The Photo is quite similar to that provided by Onleaks which was criticised by Droidlife writer and Head of LG Electronics’ global corporate communications, Ken Hong. For Droidlife, LG flagship smartphones for 2019 can’t look this old, without any latest technology on it. For Ken Hong, he said Onleaks claim was was wrong.
LG G8 ThinQ Design
Starting from the rear view shows a dual camera on both images. The horizontal cameras has a led flashlight beside it. It also comes with a rear fingerprint scanner, a technology that is almost forgotten by smartphones makers. Though, Onleaks rear LG G8 ThinQ image do not display the LG logo.
On the front, is the selfie camera and the notch display, which Ken Hong do not deny it appearance on the G8 ThinQ. The side view of the first image shows the upcoming flagship with volume buttons, on/off button and trays for sims and memory card.
The cad rendering revealed that LG may likely retained an earphone at the bottom of the phone. Also noticeable is the the laud speakers below and a Type-C port for charging and connection to a computer.
When Will it Be Launch
The LG ThinQ will to be launched at the Mobile World Congress Event taken place this February. Other rumors, such as if LG G8 ThinQ will get a 5G, a double screen display, an OLED display and a Sound on Display technology will be made clear.
Specifications we already know
It is known fact that LG Alpha flagship will have a 4000 mAh battery. A 6.1-inch screen display which have an aspect ratio of 19.5:9 and a dimension of 152 x 72 x 8.4 (mm). We also know from rumors that it will have two cameras at the rear view, though the design is still in controversy base on Ken Hong comment. In any case, the D-day is not far as you may think.