LG is set to officially announce the LG G8 ThinQ on Feb. 24, and new releases today revealed the expected price of the phone, which comes at a pricing level of less than $ 1,000.
LG revealed in the previous period some details of the specifications of its next release G8 ThinQ, offering its special edition this year with the camera Sylvie 3D sensor.
In new leaks today, the price of the LG G8 ThinQ is revealed, according to a screen shot posted in reddit showing the price of the phone in Canada, where the phone goes to the market for about $ 900, a good price for the model phone with a capacity of 128 GB.
The price of the phone is also expected to be different when it is launched in the US market, with expectations of a lower price of up to $ 850.
So we’re looking forward to the official announcement of the G8 ThinQ phone, launched at the World Phone Conference this year in Barcelona, with the launch of the phone starting in March.
The new phone will be equipped with a 3D front camera designed by Infineon, and the camera is based on Time of Light technology, which will provide additional features for the front camera.
Time-Light’s ability to collect measurements by capturing the infrared light reflected from the face, which will be appropriate in low-light conditions, and will reduce the consumption of battery.
The company will use this technology to enhance personal phone security, and to accommodate enhanced reality applications.
An Infineon official said the 3D camera will be essential in all phones over the next five years, and the company will have the lion’s share.
The leaks on the phone indicate that the company intends to surprise everyone with a phone that offers a large screen with a drop in the form of a drop with three cameras capable of three-dimensional imaging and the phone is supposed to work with the Snape Dragon 855.
It is also reported that LG is working on a high-end version of the phone will carry a secondary screen and offers better advantages than the main phone, including support for communication with the fifth generation networks 5G.