When LG unveils its new high-end G8 ThinQ smartphone, the design is not surprising. Because the celebrity phone Evan Blass (@evleaks) showed a clear image of the handset from virtually any angle.
Last month, settled on almost identical images of XDA-developers .
LG said LG will sell the LG G8 ThinQ mobile phone. The LG G8 ThinQ not only provides the information needed to sell mobile phones, it also does not provide much detail. You can open your face with a flying 3D stereoscopic camera. I will describe the unusual 3-lens front camera module, which you can probably see in the image above. And there is a reason why it draws a new era in the Snatch Hall punch display that does not take up so much real estate.  And yes, it still appears to have a headphone jack.
Blass has a credible record of outgoing phone pictures. But what makes this much more reliable is that @onleaks aligns with the other two, including rendering shared. And last month @ 91mobiles – unlike Blass, it's based on the phone's leaked CAD blueprint, It is famous for the production.
At that time, Ken Hong, General Manager of Global Communications at LG Electronics, tweeted Onleaks Image that "Speculative Rendering" is technically true. But as long as LG does not grow fake, speculation about the G8 seems pretty sporty. Considering that Samsung Electronics needs to build a steam head to compete with the Samsung Galaxy S10 lineup to be announced on February 20, it is not a problem for LG.
Other collections of the well-known LG G8: Onleaks suggested that the G8's screen might vibrate and sound CNET recently announced that a special case will be attached to the G8. It provides a second screen. There is also a rumor that LG will release a new flagship LG V50 with the G8 next week.
That's because LG's V-series phone is the true flagship after all.
Update, 9:05 pm EST: It was clear that the XDA developer shared the following: 3 I have a review of the camera V40, where you can see the starting point of the G8 and V50. Almost the same picture of the phone last month minus the phone top and bottom angles.