LG blames 5G connectivity for delayed V50 ThinQ 5G launch
LG, in a press note, in its Korean newsroom announced that the company has postponed the launch of the LG V50 ThinQ in its home country owing to faulty 5G connectivity. "We intend to concentrate on the completeness of 5G smartphone in order to enhance customer satisfaction with 5G service which is commercialized for the first time in the world," LG wrote in its press note, as translated by Google Translate from Korean.
The company further said that it is working with Qualcomm, which has supplied its 5G-enabled chipset and modem - Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 processor and X50 modem - and local mobile operators to optimise its 5G phone further and improve 5G connectivity before it launches the phone in its maiden market.
The LG V50 ThinQ comes with a 6.4-inch Quad HD FullVision OLED display. It is powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 processor and it has Qualcomm's 5G modem, X50, in its core and it runs on Android 9.0 Pie. The phone sports 6GB RAM and 128GB storage that can be expanded further using a 2TB microSD card.
In terms of camera, the 5G enabled phone comes with a triple rear camera setup at the back with a 16MP super wide-angle lens, a 12MP standard lens and a 12MP telephoto lens. In the front, it sports a dual-camera setup with an 8MP standard lens and a 5MP wide angle lens. It runs on a 4,000 mAh battery and it comes with a secondary 6.2-inch Full HD+ Full Vision OLED attachable display that attaches itself to the side of the phone.