ThinQ G8 de LG arrive aux États-Unis le 11 avril du G8 ThinQ de l’atterrisseur

ThinQ G8 de LG arrive aux États-Unis le 11 avril du G8 ThinQ de l’atterrisseur

LG’s G8 ThinQ arrives in the US on April 11th

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arrive aux États-Unis le 11 avril

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  1. Shame they went OLED on the G8. Was one of the few flagships with an IPS display, and [they started getting REALLY good with the G6. ]( The contrast was insane for an LCD display.

    Glad they’re finally using a larger primary camera sensor, LG was using way smaller sensors than the competition for years. Hopefully they have been working on their image processing. At least now they’re not at a hardware disadvantage.

    Glad they’re not going to in display FP sensor. These first gen sensors are a regression.

    LG always does a lot of things right, but seems to have a deal breaking flaw for most people be it the camera, software, or quality control. Doubt the G8 will buck the trend. Wish they kept refining the design of the G6 instead of the new look.

  2. I thought I could give LG another chance with the G7 after owning an LG Xenon, G2x, Nexus 4, and G3. Never again….Barely any security updates, false rollmap for Pie, no unlocked bootloader for US variants and their skin is pretty buggy. But hey, at least I got the phone for sub $500

  3. The $650 unlocked offer on Best Buy is pretty compelling. It is what I will be looking into. As an AT&T user, their offer is hot garbage.

    I have to go get a more expensive plan if I want to get it free? That’s crap, and not free. More importantly, to get a more expensive plan to meet their requirements, I have to switch to one of their dog shit « unlimited » plans. The entry-level one leaves you subject to throttling AT ALL TIMES and takes away the ability to use your phone as a mobile hotspot.

    If you think I’m throttling myself and giving up mobile hotspot to get a free phone at a higher plan cost, AT&T, you can shove that up your urethra.

  4. It’s tough. I want a diverse market but companies like HTC, Sony, and LG just can’t seem to nail it in the mobile space. The G8 has some cool stuff (I’m thinking of the vibrating screen/speaker, and the portrait video. The z camera is neat, but likely won’t get the app support to be really cool because it’s so niche), but the general anesthetic seems so last year and the specs are almost-not-quite for a flagship phone. I love my G5 and am planning to get the G8 this year, but I do wish LG could really nail it one of these years

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