LG G8 Will Be Released in March But Will Not Yet Support 5G


Like most smartphone makers, LG is already preparing its next flagship, which will most likely be called LG G8 and will be released early in the year. The LG will begin in 2019 with an announcement back in January, and it will be the LG Q9 midrange. It is expected to have a 6.1-inch screen with a slot, Snapdragon 660 chipset, and 4GB RAM. His premiere will likely be at CES 2019 in Las Vegas in two weeks.

The flagship LG G8 will most likely be released in March, and a new rumor claims he will not offer a 5G connection, which is based on the familiar 4G LTE standard. LG will debut the new standard in a separate model that will be released later in the spring first in South Korea and the United States.

The model in question will either be part of the company’s V-series, or a completely new series designed specifically to advertise the next generation of mobile internet connection. As for LG’s highly anticipated first flexible smartphone, it looks like we will have to wait until the 3d quarter of 2019. The reason for this is that LG wants to extend the quality control process of the model.

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