The 19-second clip shows a phone screen playing Pacman as it then unfolds into two screens side-by-side, with a display also on the front when the phone closes. According to speculations, LG could possibly release a dual-screen phone. The reason why we are saying that is because LG has confirmed that LG V60 ThinQ which is 5G enabled will be officially announced at IFA Berlin on September 6.
The LG V50 ThinQ didn't take the foldable route, but, instead, the Korean manufacturer equipped the device with an accessory that acts as a secondary screen (as seen above). For processing power, Snapdragon 855 or even the Snapdragon 855 Plus is the expectation.
In theory, this can turn out to be just the phone that LG needs to turn a profit.
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Also, LG had recently launched a new smartphone, LG K30 (2019), that sports military-level durability in its home country, South Korea. It has uploaded a 20-second teaser video on its YouTube channel, which shows off a V50 ThinQ-like dual-screen smartphone.
LG teased an announcement for a new smartphone that could include three screens.
If a smartphone with just one screen isn't enough for you, LG may soon have you covered. And, other sources are speculating that this could be a new accessory for the existing LG V50 ThinQ. Perhaps the company has a more elegant solution this time around.
Given the current state of foldable phones in the market, LG's pragmatic approach makes sense.