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Feb 23, 2019

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New details about LG G8 ThinQ.

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New details about LG G8 ThinQ.

Mobile World Congress is just around the corner and there LG will be present to present LG G8 ThinQ, the company's new flagship model.

LG is in a kind of vacuum state in the mobile market, where neither is at the bottom nor is near lying on top.

There is, therefore, a tension as to whether the company can present something groundbreaking during the year's MWC. Many details around the G8 ThinQ have already leaked - yesterday, for example, very revealing pictures of the design on the phone appeared.

The screen vibrates
Another interesting piece of information about the LG phone is about the speakers. Due to the new so-called Time-of-flight camera on the front, which otherwise has a bus pocket, there is no room for an ordinary speaker.

Therefore, LG has chosen to go for another solution. The phone is supposed to use Crystal Sound OLED or CSO, which basically makes the entire screen a speaker and amplifier. The news also confirms that the G8 does not get an LCD panel, but instead an OLED panel.

G8, though, gets a traditional speaker at the bottom of the phone, which can be used for speaker mode during calls.

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sources: The Verge

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