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LG V50 ThinQ with 5G to start April 19 in South Korea


LG V50 ThinQ with 5G connection will start in South Korea on April 19, the South Korea electronic giant said.

The phone costs 1,199,000 won (about $ 1,050). In the past, Samsung announced last week that the Galaxy S10 5G model was being sold in South Korea on April 5 with a price of 1,397,000 won for the 256GB model.

LG said it had put in a cheaper price to lower the entry barrier to 5G for consumers.

The company says it also provides dual-screen flip cover with the V50 ThinQ free for customers who bought the smartphone with May.

The 5G smartphone is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 processor, has a phase-cooling camera and comes with a 4000mAh battery and a 6.4-inch OLED display.

It comes with 6 GB of memory and 128 GB of storage; a microSD slot for up to 2TB of extra memory; wide, standard, telephoto rear-end cameras with 16MP, 12MP, and 13MP, respectively; 8MP and 5MP front camera & # 39; s; and runs Android 9.0 Pie.

The last month, LG started the G8 ThinQ which also has a cheaper price than rivals.

The move to see cheaper devices and LG's attempts to get lost market parties in their country, especially through the 5G network. Up to now, LG has managed to "& # 39;" from its smartphone's & # 39; to withdraw an LTE time due to delivery of & # 39; s declaration of & # 39; The brand despite several years of operational losses.

According to Strategy Analytics, Samsung has sold 60.3 percent of the South Korean smartphone brand last year, while Apple had 16.7 percent, of which LG was 14.3 percent. Samsung saw an increase of 4.1 percent of the previous year, Apple's split 1 percent point, while LG also had 3.1 percent points.

South Korea is initially planning to roll only 5G networks but it has been replaced by areas of industry players.

But in late March, the government and telokos have agreed on a price plan, where a bankruptcy of 55,000 won a month that is planning to make 5G more accessible to consumers.

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