LG G8 ThinQ to Feature 4K LCD Display, to Debut Next Year

              After successfully launching the flagship  smartphones like LG G7 ThinQ and V35 ThinQ, we know that LG is preparing to launch its future flagship devices such as LG V40 ThinQ (expected to reveal this year), LG G8 ThinQ next year. Now today the popular leakster from China, Ice Universe has revealed some information on the upcoming LG G8 ThinQ that may debut at the beginning of 2019, also he claimed that the G8 would be featured with an LCD panel which will support 4K resolution.   
              At present most of the flagship devices  in the market are featured with either FHD+ or QHD+ resolution. Recall  early LG was the first companies to announce smartphones with QHD resolution. The South Korean company is now reportedly working on G8 ThinQ with 4K LCD screen and will support 4K content that will enhance the viewing experience while watching VR content. But,this seems interesting to us that LG is taking the VR technology seriously now, especially considering that they have shown less interest in the past. The leakster has not revealed  what exact technology LG is planning to implement on the  G8 but it is highly likely that they could implement the Super bright MLCD+ display technology used on G7 ThinQ which is rated at  1,000 nits of brightness while also reducing the power consumption up to 30 percent. The LG G8 ThinQ is expected to be powered the upcoming Snapdragon 855 SoC from Qualcomm.

              Today, Sony is the only major smartphone company that has been releasing devices that support 4K resolution like the  Xperia XZ2 Premium. It is speculated that the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S10 and S10+ are also expected to feature this new resolution next year. 
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