LG G9 ThinQ : Release Date, News & Leaks

LG G9 ThinQ : Release Date, News & Leaks


The LG G9thinq was expected to arrive at the
now-canceled MWC tradeshow in Feb 2020. LG is promising to hold a separate event in
the near future. But, is LG going to pleasantly surprise us
with the LG G9 ThinQ, or is it going to be another “just alright” device with a couple
of neat tricks up its sleeve? The rumor mill is now in motion and we have
some very interesting information coming from reliable sources that suggest that the LG
G9 ThinQ may, indeed, turn out to be a very desirable phone. The design stays similar to the G8X and the
screen looks like it will be around 6.7-6.9” which is standard these days with an in-screen
fingerprint scanner and a camera notch. There’s not too much else we know apart from
169.4 x 77.6 x 8.8mm dimensions (9.4mm including rear camera bump)presence of a quad-camera
setup and USB-C port. LG hasn’t been a leader in terms of display,
it follows the pack when it comes to increasing screen real estate – moving to a taller
aspect ratio, reducing the bezels, and introducing a notch. The next big step comes in the form of true
in-display cameras, but that won’t be reality at least this year. It doesn’t look like LG will settle for a
hole-punch selfie camera, either. The latest leaks suggest that the LG G9 ThinQ
will have a small, waterdrop-type notch and a relatively even frame around the display. The G9 ThinQ won’t have the slimmest of bezels,
but it seems like LG is trying to keep the width of the bezels relatively even on all
sides of the screen, though it appears thicker at the bottom, as can be expected. In software, there is an upgrade
LG recently sort of unveiled the next version of its UX Android skin (yep, it’s called UX)
and it seemed to address many of the issues that we’ve had with previous iterations. In a now-deleted teaser trailer for the update,
the company showed off what looked like a total redesign of the interface, packing a
lot of new features The video has since been taken down because
the video immediately started drawing comparisons with Samsung’s One UI, and how similar UX
9 is to one uI .now We don’t know if the company decided to remove all information about LG
UX 9.0 due to the apparent similarities with One UI, or simply because it was shared earlier
than intended, but what we saw in the video made us both optimistic and a bit worried. Now I said worried coz many of you like the
stock android and the UX might not be well optimized. About its cameras
We have no information regarding the exact specs of the cameras, but if we were to venture
a guess, we’d bet on the tried-and-true formula of combining a wide, ultra-wide, telephoto
and depth-sensing cameras together. This covers a wide range of focal lengths
and also provides some improved depth-measuring capabilities for things like Portrait Mode
and AR applications Apart from this LG has impressed us with audio
in the past LG phone have excellent Quad DAC and headphone
audio quality,The headphone jack is also present which is a dying breed in the premium smartphone
segment. The company told us at MWC 2019 that going
forward all V-series phones will be 5G, and all G-series 4G, but that’s now looking unlikely
since Qualcomm confirmed that the new Snapdragon 865 chipset will include a 5G modem as standard,
which means LG can’t keep the G9 4G without giving up on flagship specs – which again
seems unlikely. When is the LG G9 coming out? With MWC no longer taking place, expect a
launch event likely in March 2020. So that’s the LG G9
Hope you enjoyed it Thank you for watching
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