LG to finally introduce its 5G phone this weekLG Electronics is expected to launch its first 5G smartphone, the V50 ThinQ, in Korea this week after work was completed to ensure its performance, industry sources said Friday.
LG had initially planned to launch the V50 in Korea in late April but pushed back the schedule to optimize the phone’s functions and network interoperability with the existing LTE network.
“Final tests have been under way for the V50 ThinQ for the goal of releasing it May 10,” an industry source familiar with the matter said.
It will be the second 5G phone launched in the domestic market, following Samsung’s Galaxy S10.
The V50, which comes with a detachable second screen, uses Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 855 chipset and its X50 5G modem. Its 128-gigabyte model costs 1.2 million won ($1,054) in the domestic market.
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