LG will start selling the V50 ThinQ 5G starting with its home market of South Korea on April 19. The company's first 5G phone will cost KRW 1.19M (€940/$1,060) for the sole available 6GB + 128GB model.
LG V50 ThinQ 5G units bought before May will get a bundled Dual Screen accessory that's normally worth KRW 219,000 (around €172/$193) for free.
Samsung's Galaxy S10+ 5G will go on sale in Korea a full two weeks earlier on April 5. It will cost KRW 1.39M (€1,090/$1,225) for a 8GB + 256GB or even KRW 1.55M (€1,215/$1,365) for a 8GB + 512GB model.
The LG V50 ThinQ is powered by a Snapdragon 855, has a 6.4-inch P-OLED of 1440x3120px resolution, a triple 12MP regular + 12MP 2x telephoto + 16MP ultra-wide camera on the rear and a dual 8MP regular + 5MP ultra-wide selfie camera.
Who really cares about software updates anymore? Android is in great shape for the last 3 years, the new features may be welcome, but not necessary. LG V50 (and G8) has the absolutely best audio experience, 3.5mm jack, FM radio and its camera capab...
Lg mobile division follows htc. Now they aren't capable to release phones worldwide like Samsung and Huawei. RIP Lg.