LG announced the V50 ThinQ 5G earlier this year at Mobile World Congress (MWC) in Barcelona, Spain. And if the latest report is to be believed, we'll see the Korean phone maker unveil its successor - V60 ThinQ - at next year's MWC in February.
Like its predecessor, the V60 ThinQ will support 5G connectivity and LG will announce a DualScreen accessory for the smartphone with an improved design.
Details are scarce about the V60 ThinQ right now, but it will likely come with Qualcomm's latest Snapdragon 865 flagship SoC under the hood.
Dual screen such a waste. Kyocera echo was first foldable and first dual screen phone back in 2011 for half price of LG device and it failed to impress this going to be same. Having two screen which do the same think is clearly waste.
You cannot remove the second screen on a galaxy fold and have a normal phone whenever you want hence the LG is more flexible to people's needs