Earlier this year LG came-up with the idea of LG G8 ThinQ phone, now just after three months of its launched LG G8S ThinQ. On the other hand, LG markets the G8S ThinQ as a more affordable version for the rest of the world. Because, it bears most of the high-end flagship’s most important, and most eccentric, features. The phone includes many of the same specs and features as the LG G8, but is ultimately slightly lower end, and presumably therefore affordable.
The new phone by LG has bigger screen than the G8 ThinQ. But, the LG G8S ThinQ also lacks the vibrating speaker of the G8.
LG G8S ThinQ
While talking about the difference between the LG G8 ThinQ phones, there are a few key differences between. The LG G8S has a larger 6.2-inch display with a lower resolution of 2248 x 1080. The battery is slightly larger at 3,550 mAh. The standard LG G8 had triple cameras, but the LG G8S’ setup is a little different. It has a 12MP main camera, 12MP telephoto camera, and 13MP ultra wide camera.
Despite that, the camera supports both facial recognition and ‘Hand ID’. It has a feature which lets it scan your hand’s circulatory pattern to unlock the phone. Besides that specs, the price of the phone is unknown.
On the other hand, the other different feature is the security of the phone. LG G8S ThinQ has added fingerprint recognition feature. Besides that there are 3D face recognition and superior hand vein recognition. Other than these, there are touch free functions as well. With this phone user can perform many functions without touching the phone. You can conduct search, answering the calls and increasing the volume without touching the phone.
Besides that LG G8S is powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 SoC and 6GB of RAM. The company has equipped the G8S with the same ToF “Z Camera” on the front for Hand ID, Face Unlock, and Air Gestures. The design of the LG G8S is also very similar to the standard G8. The G8S comes in three colors: Mirror Black, Mirror Teal, and Mirror White.