LG is expected to unveil its new LG V60 ThinQ smartphone at the Mobile World Congress 2020 mobile show to be held in Barcelona. The device should keep up with the firm's recent trend of trying to innovate and bring a dual-screen design, such as the LG G8X ThinQ.
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The South Korean manufacturer began to play with the concept of having two screens on the same smartphone with an accessory for the LG V50 ThinQ, which was launched in 2019. The extension for the phone came with a second built-in screen that connects via a proprietary slot on the back of the device.
This view has been expanded with the LG G8X ThinQ, which comes with the second screen included in the box. The second version of the feature has come with more refinement by bringing better optimized software and a hinge capable of rotating the second screen up to 360 degrees.
This brings us to the LG V60 ThinQ, which is expected to be the company's third generation dual-screen smartphone. As the Slash Gear website points out, the South Korean manufacturer's goal now will be to reduce the size of the edges, the quality of the screens themselves and improve software support.
It is speculated that the company will again use its strategy of launching the new LG G series smartphone in the same semester as the unprecedented model of the LG V line. At the time, the company used to launch a new high-end smartphone every semester, preventing one line cannibalizes the other.
That changed in 2019 when the company decided to offer a premium model and an ultra premium model since the beginning of the year. The same strategy should be repeated in 2020, with the possibility of a new surprise in the LG G8X ThinQ's style of painting out there. Rumors still point out that the LG V60 ThinQ will have support for 5G connectivity, which may mean that the G-line handset will come with 4G internet only.
Via: Slash gear