Last year I remember that the LG G7 ThinQ was sent back to the drawing board, for not being cool enough for the public nowadays. It didn’t have the required notch, or the flair for the market. That’s why it arrived so late. Now the LG G8 ThinQ just leaked
LG’s foldable phone has been in the news quite a bit lately, one would say even more than the Samsung one. Now we have a fresh patent popping up online, quickly converted into a concept render courtesy of Letsgodigital.org. This is actually an important patent and set of renders, because
After messing about with an LG G8 concept, let’s go back to more realistic things, like the LG V40 ThinQ. This time it gets the Concept Creator treatment, which you can see below. I love the way the back glass panel has a very metallic vibe. It has a triple
As the whole world dreams about the iPhone Xs and Nokia 9, we check out a fresh batch of renders for the LG G8 ThinQ. They’re the creation of DBS Designing, that went with a safe approach here, not tackling a triple camera for example. The LG G8 doesn’t have
Even though he has created multiple renders since then, I’ll always remember Mladen Milic as the designer of the ASUS and HTC gaming phones. Today he tackles a different brand, this time LG. The designer created the LG Octane handset, that arrives with a glass and metal body and finally
The LG V40 is starting to get more and more realistic, as the leaks happen more often. It seems to have settled into a design direction quite fast, without any ambiguity. And now we have a set of CAD renders courtesy of @OnLeaks and Slashleaks. Let’s see what they’ve got.
LG hasn’t been on a good streak over the past years and if they keep it up, they may end up like HTC. It all started with the LG G5, when its modularity failed. LG G7 kind of puts things back on track, but it does have its flaws. Some
LG V40 is the latest in the series of concept phones to receive a triple camera. We’ve seen Samsung going that way with the Galaxy S10, also the iPhone at some point. Now it’s LG’s turn, courtesy of a render from Techconfigurations. We’ve seen an LG V40 before, feeling like
While some trends we embraced as a fact, such as the notch, others we hope to see die soon. One of them is the periscope camera inaugurated by the Vivo NEX. I’m not a big fan of it, but here it pops up on an LG phone this time, the
LG G8 ThinQ 2019 has been freshly rendered by a YouTube channel dubbed Science and Knowledge. It takes cues from the info leaked by insiders and from the recent LG V40 leaks. All sides of the phone are shown in photos and a pretty lengthy video, going past 3 minutes.