LG May Be Abandoning Its ‘G’ Series for Something New, Fate of the LG G9 ThinQ Uncertain

LG Electronics will be reportedly finding rid of the ‘G’ moniker for its flagship telephones. This suggests there will not be an LG G9 ThinQ as previously considered. According to a report, this move by LG is aimed at innovating on its model and style. It will come a 12 months just after Yeon-Mo Lee turned the Vice President of LG Electronics. The organization is also reportedly operating on a new ‘chocolate cellphone’. The original chocolate phone by LG, the VX8500, arrived out back again in 2006.

According to the South Korean publication Naver, an formal from the telecommunications marketplace sated that the organization will be abandoning the ‘G’ model and introduce a new model. What that new model may possibly be, is unclear. It also said that the organization will be launching its to start with smartphone for 2020, which may possibly be the LG G9 ThinQ, in the to start with half.

The report goes on to point out that the officials who attended the firm’s products briefing said that LG’s forthcoming smartphone reminded them of the chocolate phone that introduced 15 decades back. The original chocolate phone was a slider with a keypad and arrived out in 2006.

Earlier, the forthcoming LG G9 or LG G9 ThinQ was leaked in a circumstance render. More not long ago, the LG G9 ThinQ was tipped to occur with a Snapdragon 765G SoC and a 4,000mAh battery, as also said by Naver. The new chipset is predicted to have premium overall performance for an inexpensive rate. It also supports 5G. The South Korean publication states some of the predicted specs of the LG G9 ThinQ like a display size in between six.7-inch and six.9-inch and a quad rear camera set up. The major camera is predicted to be a forty eight-megapixel shooter.

The ‘G’ collection by LG commenced with the LG Optimus G back again in 2012 and has viewed consistent smartphone launches till last 12 months. Not just smartphones, LG takes advantage of the ‘G’ moniker for smartwatches and tablets as well but, it is at this time unclear if the conclusion to take out ‘G’ has been made only for smartphones or for the other goods as well.