LG G8 ThinQ will receive a 4K LCD screen. After the not very warm reception of the LG G7 ThinQ, the Korean manufacturer will try to attract customers with a display with very high detail. Is this a great sale method?
As we all know, Koreans currently have two main lines of flagships , which is also a common practice among all major players on the market. So we have a series G, which is less popular year by year – we see the reasons for the poorly thought-out start price. The second line is much more interesting from the point of view of ManiaKów, LG V. The premiere in the autumn means that they do not have to compete with Samsung, but the competition is still strong. LG V30 is one of the best flagships that debuted in 2017 – you can also buy it for very good money . Today, however, we will deal with the LG G8 ThinQ – the flagship that we will see at the beginning of 2019.
LG G8 ThinQ with 4K screen
So far, we have seen only a few models of smartphones that have exceeded the magical 2K barrier, or actually 2.5K, with their screens. Although my (and definitely not only my) opinion is already overgrown form over the content, because even on 6-inch FullHD seems optimal . Sony tried to convince us that 4K is the future, but the sale of models from the Premium series definitely does not confirm this. Another producer who intends to try his hand at the crazy 4K displays is LG. The network has received information that clearly shows plans to introduce such a detailed screen in the LG G8 ThinQ. The question is: what for? Objectively speaking, the LG G7 ThinQ is a very good smartphone, whose defects would be seen in a different part of the specification than in the screen. For example, I have an operational memory – 4 GB in the flagship of 2018 is no way to fight for the client. Although I'm not a regular fan of the numerical race, the amount of RAM usually catches my attention. Currently, I would not choose an Android device that has less than 6 GB, especially in the top shelf model. But let's get back to our LG. The source states that G8 ThinQ will receive a 4K display made in IPS LCD technology . Once again, you will be disappointed with those who are passionate about the OLED screens. Honestly, I do not know why the Koreans decide to differentiate their flagship just by means of such an important element as the display. Perhaps it is just saving? What target can such a high resolution have? It seems that the answer is virtual reality . However, this situation raises further questions. Why a producer who has not shown any particular interest in VR so far, suddenly plans to enter this uncertain market with such a repulse. Why uncertain? Because despite the assurances I still do not see for him a wide range of applications that would be as common in any home as a television set. In addition, mobile VR is currently experiencing stagnation. https://www.gsmmaniak.pl/847440/sens-mobilnego-vr/
Not the way
I do not want to be a bad prophet here. I have sympathy for LG smartphones, which in recent years has been dangerously close to nostalgia. I follow all the premieres, most of them I watch live. I really do not remember the device from this manufacturer, which would encourage me to quickly reach for the wallet . The last such smartphone was LG V10 – a model that in some respects was ahead of its time. A huge screen, an additional display, powerful components and resistance to adversity. The V series has also already lost what I valued the most – originality. Today, there is little left of it – the glass may be nicer, but Kevlar made a deadly first impression. Do you think the 4K screen is something that is able to pick up LG from the hole? Source: gizmochin