In case you missed it, LG’s new V50 ThinQ 5G has a second clip on OLED second screen that offers something different in the GGGGG (5G) market.
The LG V50 ThinQ 5G (website here) offers a most practical solution to screen real estate – or lack thereof. The phone can act as a standalone, or you simply clip on the extras screen as you would a folding folio case. All of a sudden, you have a new canvas to use. To create, multi-task, play games, watch Netflix and YouTube at the same time … the use cases are endless.
In fact, that is what Angus Jones, General Manager Marketing,
said, “We truly don’t know the killer use cases yet. All we know is that you
are no longer face single screen constraints. We are anxiously awaiting the
media and user’s responses. We think this is a lot more practical and durable alternative
to a foldable phone.”
GadgetGuy will be reviewing the innovative dual-screen LG V50
ThinQ 5G soon.
So, for the moment, here are a few of the more impressive LG V50 ThinQ 5G specifications.
$1728 includes the screen. Available from 11 June, you can buy it outright and use it on any network as a 4G phone or buy/lease it on a plan with Telstra (and we presume Optus when its 5G network is ready).
And 4G is an important point. This is one of the best, fastest,
fully featured, most awesome 4G phones on the planet and oh, it can use 5G when
you can get it.
Under the bonnet
The fastest Qualcomm SD855, 6GB RAM/128GB storage
and expandable microSD to 2TB.
4000 mAh battery, Qualcomm fast charge, Qi Wireless
Fingerprint and face recognition security
Android 9 and all Google apps, Google Assistant
and Google Lens