LG V60 ThinQ 5G To Be Just Ahead of Samsung Galaxy S20 Series


A Korean publication revealed that LG will launch the LG V60 ThinQ 5G and another 5G smartphone during the 2020 Mobile World Congress (MWC) in February. Since the LG G8 series did not provide 5G support last year, it is speculated that the rumored 5G mobile phone listed with the V60 ThinQ 5G maybe the LG G9 series. The LG G9’s renderings have also been leaked before.

However, according to the latest information from David Ruddock of the foreign media Android Police, LG is planning to comprehensively reform its smartphone strategy. This may lead to the cancellation of the G series and affect subsequent product lines.

According to Ruddock, LG’s V-series phones to be launched in 2021 will be associated with devices with 10-inch or larger screens, and it is unclear whether the phones will connect to larger display devices via docking stations or wirelessly. The device may come with keyboard accessories.

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He added that starting this year, the V series will compete with Samsung’s Galaxy S series lineup. The G series may be phased out. The Korean company will launch the LG V60 series phone later this year. This may compete with Samsung ’s new Galaxy S20 series. In addition, LG is preparing a foldable phone to compete with Samsung’s foldable smartphones compete.

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