The South Korean tech brand, LG, is again in news for bringing 4K resolution like technology in their upcoming flagship smartphone, LG G8 ThinQ. Yes, as per a news leaked by a reputed and reliable, China based leakster, Ice Universe, LG may launch this smartphone in the first quarter of 2019. He has claimed that the smartphone will feature 4K panel but disappointedly, hasn’t given any other information about the smartphone. As of now, the latest flagship smartphones by LG are LG G7 ThinQ and LG V35 ThinQ which feature LCD and OLED screen respectively. The LG G8 ThinQ is expected to be the successor to the May month launched LG G7 ThinQ and is likely to feature Snapdragon 855.
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The South Korean brand is also ready to launch it’s LG V40 ThinQ later this year with Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 chipset and OLED screen. FHD+ and QHD+ are, mostly, the known resolution available in smartphones currently in the market. The OLED is another resolution, smartphone makers provide to the consumers in their smartphones. The only major brand to feature 4K resolution in their smartphones, as of now, is Sony. One of the smartphones by Sony to feature 4K resolution is Sony Xperia XZ2 which features 4K panel. Sony is also known for their best effect optic sensors featuring in their major smartphones.
Talking about LG, it is one of the few brands to first sell the smartphones featuring QHD resolution. By entering into the 4K resolution for smartphone category, the brand is speculated to eye at featuring VR compatible screen. This means watching VR content on the 4K screen will enhance the overall experience of the user on their smartphones. The other rival brands to feature 4K resolution is Samsung in 2019. As per a source, the South Korean tech giant, Samsung, will release Galaxy S10 & S10+ with 4K resolution and other high performing machinery inside. These information, however, are leaks and rumours and the details may take a clearer picture once it is teased or hinted by the brand itself.