LG’s mobile phone business is in a tough spot, and the company is struggling to recover. On January 26th,media reported that LG could overhaul its flagship smartphone strategy on a large scale. In order to better compete with Samsung, lg V60 ThinQ will be released in line with the Galaxy S20 series, the report said, a strategy that will last for several years.
In the past, LG has paired the G-S phone with the Samsung Galaxy S S series, but from now on the V-S series will be a direct rival to the Galaxy S-S.
LG is understood to be launching V60 ThinQ and G9 ThinQ in the first quarter of this year, with G9 ThinQ supporting 4G networks. Media say the G9 ThinQ is a 4G transition to the 5G era, LG plans to no longer launch 4G flagship in 2021.
According to the information already disclosed, the biggest difference between LG V60 ThinQ and LG G9 ThinQ is that the former supports 5G.
It features a 6.8-inch drop screen, a Qualcomm SnapSnapdragon 865 flagship platform, with 8GB of memory and 128GB of storage, a battery capacity of 4000mAh, and an Android 10.
In addition, LG is reported to be launching the V70 ThinQ in the first quarter of 2021, which will be bundled with a large display (more than 10 inches) connected to a variable PC (and possibly keyboard accessories) to cover a wider range of uses.