With the LG G8 ThinQ, the company aims to deliver superior audio quality by turning the phone's display into a high-quality speaker.
LG, Sony, Nokia, Huwaei, Xiaomi, OnePlus, vivo, Energizer and ZTE will be bringing phones to MWC 2019 that we will be talking about. Here's our rumor trail!
Leaks blogger Evan Blass has our latest and clearest view of the LG G8 ThinQ. But beyond superficiality, what's important on the inside?
The LG G8 ThinQ price got leaked and it indicates that the Korean manufacturer's 2019 flagship will most likely cost under $1,000.
Much like how the iPhone can sense depth with its selfie camera system to do things like Face ID, LG says its G8 ThinQ can do the same.
Also on our show, Sony's 52-megapixel smartphone camera, LG's dual-wielding at MWC 2019 and the tussle with Apple, Google and Facebook this week.
The LG G8 ThinQ will definitely need a larger battery than its predecessor if the company plans on packing more parts into its phones.
Both the 4G-only LG G8 ThinQ and the LG V50 ThinQ 5G will be announced at MWC 2019, South Korean media has learned. And it will be a pretty penny.
We've gotten as close as we can get to seeing LG's spring flagship without actually seeing them, thanks to our partners at XDA-Developers.
Whether it will be the LG G8 or something else, it will definitely revolve around gesture control, as the LG MWC 2019 teaser indicates just that.
The LG G8 will be unveiled at a pre-MWC special event on February 24, if a recent rumor from the Korean media is accurate.
We might or might not see the LG G8 ThinQ officially announced at MWC 2019. Rumor has it that it will happen, but Xiaomi might have something to say about it.
Sound on Display technology by Samsung was hinted for a CES appearance, but now we're hearing the LG G8 will feature it too.