It's not the first time we're talking about the Korean standard manufacturer's next standard. We've already seen some pictures scanned a week before, who have shown their possibilities and now we can confirm it with a new image that confirms us a design of the LG G8 ThinQ, phone without great news at aesthetic level.
And it is that the first images we saw from the supposed device showed us some details about the a design of the LG G8 ThinQ Who has disappointed us The main one? because the next member of the family G will still have a traditional fingerprint at the back.
This first detail will make LG's next work a step lower than the Samsung Galaxy S10 that will have a reader-in-screen, a detail to consider when the war begins in terms of sales between both manufacturers.
LG G8 ThinQ's design stands out for its minimal frames and spokesperson
On the other hand we see that the LG G8 ThinQ has a double camera system in the rear, something weird if we consider that the LG V40 ThinQ has a triple camera system to give the device a large photographic section.
On the other hand, we have a front with some frames, notice that the LG G8 ThinQ design will be slightly curved, and where we will find a detail: the sting. Well, it is very common to see the wall on the screen of the vast majority of models, but in this case we see a series of additional sensors that make us think that the Face recognition of the LG G8 ThinQ It will be really powerful.
And beware, if the previous leaks, which are quite consistent with the latest LG G8 ThinQ image on the network, are true, the following standard of the manufacturer based on Seoul would have a speaker at the bottom plus 3.5 mm-eliga eligo The detail we loved.
Finally, you will see that there are several buttons on the sides, outside the terminal, with the exception of the volume control keys and, as we have seen in previous models, a dedicated button to activate the Google helper.
Remember that the phone will be presented on February 24, within the framework of MWC 2019, where they could surprise us with a very interesting detail on the top of your screen: you will not need to touch the device to use it. Will the manufacturer surprise us with new technology?