LG is preparing to announce a device with 5G, hover gestures, and Snapdragon 855 at MWC 2019. It will also showcase a foldable phone to the audience. This two news sound amazing, but it seems like not all countries will get the new handsets after a report from the Philippines suggested the Korean manufacturer is ceasing its operations there.
According to one Filipino source speaking to an LG executive, all handset business in the country has shut down. The last flagship device that appeared in the Philippines was the G7 ThinQ - even the V40 ThinQ didnít make it. There is no official confirmation yet, but if LG is pulling away, Filipino fans of the brand will only be able to purchase future devices if a third-party reseller starts importing them, but this usually comes at a higher cost.
Most likely, only internal sources from Sony have info about handset launches or releases. Think about it for a moment, if GSMA, leaksters, or the mobile industry in general doesn't have an idea what or which midrange devices Sony of Japan would laun...
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I agree about Nokia's price point. Compared to Sony though, Nokia is still cheaper (specs wise).