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IFA 2019: LG Starts its dual-screened 5G smartphone

LG Electronics Inc. has launched its own brand new flagship smartphone using a dual display and 5G connectivity to enlarge cellular experiences beneath the ultra-fast wireless community.

The Korean electronics manufacturer unveiled V50S about the initial day of this IFA technology series here, that runs until September 11, Yonhap news agency reported Friday.

LG encouraged the news apparatus as a practical approach to expanding the display dimensions, without needing to flex the screen itself, such as Samsung’s Galaxy Fold. The business stated it aims young consumers who wish to perform more about mobile devices, such as shopping and games.

The new phone will be released as a 5G version in South Korea next month and will be offered in a 4G version below the title of G8X from the forthcoming months, the company stated.

Though its predecessor V60’s second display accessory wasn’t available in the united states, V50S will include both displays.

V50S comes with a 6.4-inch screen using a waterdrop cut and dual rear cameras. The removable second screen has a cover display on the rear to reveal the time and date.

When coupled with the next display, it weighs 326 g, thicker than Galaxy Fold’s 276 g.

The company said the new phone updated its folding arrangement by embracing”free prevent hinge” technologies, which was made to bring the capacity to stop and maintain the next display at any given position.

The smartphone includes Korea’s leading portal operator Naver’s Whale cellular browser to permit users to perform multiple jobs involving different programs effortlessly.

LG was desperately trying to revive its smartphone company using 5G apparatus as its cellular branch logged the ninth consecutive quarterly decrease from the next quarter.

Though LG has voiced hope that the 5G smartphone increases its gains in essential markets, such as South Korea and the US, it’s yet to earn a turnaround as a result of substantial advertising expenses and the restricted 5G infrastructure available today.