Most Innovative Smartphone LG G8 ThinQ

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LG’s approach this year was to create new ways for people to interact with their phones. The OLED measures 6.1 inches from corner to corner with 3,120 by 1,440 pixels, making for a Quad HD+ resolution. It’s one of the first screens to support HDR10, which means it has superb color range and contrast. Beyond the screen itself, the glass is capable of what LG calls "Crystal Sound OLED” In order to help with waterproofing the phone. The speaker is located behind the glass and vibrates the screen itself rather than a standard flexible membrane. The LG G8 ThinQ is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 processor with 6GB of memory and 128GB of storage. It supports expandable memory (up to 2TB) via microSD. A large, 3,500mAh battery is inside and it allows the phone to charge wirelessly.The Crystal Sound OLED can also generate stereo music when in multimedia mode. Innovative tech features include intuitive gesture controls, the ability to unlock the phone by simply reaching towards it (it can read the unique vein and line patterns of your palm), as well as 3D facial recognition. LG gave a bit more detail concerning price by noting that the G7 will be priced “similarly to” the G7. The G7 went on sale last year for approximately $750.
The major features of LG G8 ThinQ are: