LG today announced its latest flagship smartphone, the V60 thinq 5g.Like last year's G8X, LG offers a dual-screen design with a 6.8-inch P-OLED display with a aspect ratio of 20.59 and FHD resolution. Users can use dual screens for various operations. A screen can act as a larger keyboard, or a game handle, or even use certain applications on both screens. LG also announced that Google apps will receive dual-screen support.
The V60 thinq 5g is equipped with Qualcomm's latest flagship chipset, snapdragon 865 5g, which is equipped with a snapdragon x55 5g modem, and also provides 8GB of memory and 128GB of storage space. For 5g, V60 thinq 5g will support at & T, T-Mobile and sub6 band of American cellular, while Verizon will get a separate V60 thinq 5g UW model, which supports mmwave and sub6 band at the same time.
V60 ThinQ5G supports HDR108K video recording, and V60 ThinQ5G uses 64 million pixel subject, f/1.8, which uses a four-pixel merge for 16 million pixel images. There's also a 13 million-pixel f/1.9 ultra wide-angle camera that doesn't include telephoto, but supports a 2-fold lossless zoom. Most importantly, there is also a time-of-flight sensor and a 3D camera for the new 3D photo feature.
The LG V60 thinq 5g built-in LG 32-bit hi fi Quad DAC is equipped with a 3.5mm audio jack. LG V60 thinq 5g will be launched next month through at & T, T-Mobile, cellular and Verizon in the US, and the pricing has not yet been announced.