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LG V50 ThinQ 5G renders start to leak to the delight of 5G enthusiasts

To be successful in the phone industry right now, you have to be top notch. The products you produce have to be as per user requirements to the latter. A secret the really good companies use is listening to the consumer. Since at the end of the day you want him or her to come back another day. 2019 is looking quite exciting so far. All the big shots are looking promising. LG being one of them, which brings us to our topic today. The up-coming LG V50 ThinQ 5G renders have started leaking onto the internet. Popular leaker Evan Blakes being a part of it all as usual.

Building 5G enabled devices is not considered to be easy even in this time. I like to think that we’re in the future because of the new technologies that are coming out. Samsung wowed us at CES 2019 with their foldable phone prototype. I didn’t even think I needed that as a feature on my device. Just to be clear, I definitely don’t need that feature. LG hence needed some help from Sprint in order to achieve the LG V50 ThinQ 5G dream. Isn’t there a saying that says ‘ You need that teamwork to make that dream work’? 

What’s new on the LG V50 ThinQ 5G?

One of the major highlights is the removal of the large vapor chamber that’s used for heat dissipation. Instead, the device will have heat pipes to make room for more improvements. The developers plan on equipping the device with Snapdragon 855 as the processor. This will greatly improve the device in terms of command execution time. In the past LG devices have only gone as far as 3300 mAh for their battery. This year, they plan to change this. A 4000 mAh battery will be installed, maybe as a result of the freed space? Wish we could know more. However, these leaks aren’t ever that detailed.

Last year, LG’s flagship was launched in October. Only 6 months later and they already have a new device ready to launch on the 24th. Sad news is that 5G will not be implemented on this release. They will however provide more information on the matter come MWC 2019.

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