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The LG G8 ThinQ leak may have revealed pricing for the upcoming phone



Professional render the LG G8 ThinQ. Mobiles

LG G8 ThinQ tends to launch at Mobile World Congress (MWC) in two weeks, but we've seen some leaks and blocks of information. The last leak, however, may have given us a look at the recommended retail price of the flag.

Redditor claimed that the pricing for the LG G8 ThinQ appeared in their inventory system (h / t: Slash information). The user also provided a picture of the listing, showing the LG phone at 1,199.99 Canadian dollars (~ $ 903).

LG G8 ThinQ Leak Through Reddit. User Reddit

The registry is for a 128GB model, but we do not know if LG offers cheaper models with less storage (if 128GB is indeed legitimate). This will cause a steep price increase based on the LG G7 ThinQ model if it is G8 entry level though. Last year the model started at $ 750, although for the 64GB version.

So what do we know about the ThinQ G8 G8? Well, the company has already confirmed that the phone will pack in front of the front 3D top camera. The technology should be faster and more accurate than structured light solutions, as seen on Apple flagship ships, Apo and Huawei. This opens the door to opening a better tech face as well as increased reality and beauty effects. LG has also teased the touchless interface for the upcoming phone, so it is possible the company uses the ToF 3D camera to deliver the technology.

Other rumor LG G8 ThinQ specs include a Snapdragon 855 Chipset, dual rear camera setup, and a rear fingerprint scanner. We have to wait for the launch to confirm all the details – hopefully LG keeps the headphone jack, Quad DAC hardware, and IP68 rating.

We contacted LG Canada to respond to the leak, and we will update the article accordingly when we receive a response. What will take you to buy the next flagship? Give us your thoughts in your comments!

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