Just days after the South Korean company confirmed a Time-of-Flight (ToF) camera technology on the front camera setup of the phone, the LG G8 ThinQ has now surfaced in all its glory in what looks like the last leak before the launch.
The main difference between the devices appears to be that while the G7 ThinQ had a central front camera and vertically-arrayed rear lenses, the G8 ThinQ renders show a front camera to the side, and the rear lenses arranged horizontally. They were posted on Twitter by Evan Blass, a reliable and prolific source of prerelease information.More news: Marco Asensio hands real Real Madrid victory over Ajax after VAR reprieve
We've been hearing that the G8 ThinQ will be little different from the G7 ThinQ in terms of the design, and this leaked render confirms the same. It's good to see that LG is still including a headphone jack but we are not yet sure if the speakers will be stereo or continue to be mono.
As per previous leaks, the LG G8 ThinQ will come with a 6.1-inch OLED display with a resolution of 1440 x 3120 pixels and an aspect ratio of 19.5:9. Furthermore, it will be receiving dust and water resistance certification while there will be a microSD card support also apart from the internal storage.More news: Ozzy Osbourne is out of the ICU
If these leaked renders are the real deal - and judging by Evan Blass' track record they likely are - it shows the LG G8 ThinQ as a whole doesn't vary in design a huge amount from the G7 ThinQ. Well, we will get to know everything about this device on the 28th of February when the handset will be unveiled officially and the could be made available by the end of March. Stay tuned to PhoneRadar for more.More news: Ex-US Air Force intelligence officer 'spied for Iran before defecting'