A patent has been filed by LG for a smartphone that will possess a triple camera system on the front, in addition to the rear. Perhaps, this will make LG the foremost firm to introduce a handset with 3 selfie cameras. As per the patent registered with the Hague International Design System, the handset will not have the headphone jack—a style that Apple introduced with the iPhone 7 and later followed by other OEMs.
However, the LG patent does not detail the respective purposes of the triple front camera setup. It is guessed that the device will have a regular camera, a ToF sensor, and a wide-angle lens. In the patent, the general design is similar to the LG phones’ V-Series. The drawings in the patent display a triple camera setup at the rear, with cameras arranged horizontally in an identical manner as in the V50 ThinQ.
Also, there’s a fingerprint sensor on the rear that proposes the handset won’t be utilizing the in-display fingerprint sensor technology on this phone. The Google Assistant button and volume keys are on the left edge, whereas the power key is on the right side. The bottom edge diagrams display a charging port that appears to be a USB Type-C and a speaker grille.
Likewise, recently LG declared a novel mid-range smartphone, dubbed X4 (2019) at KRW 297,000 (around Rs 18,000) in South Korea. The X4 smartphone was initially introduced back in April 2018 and renamed as the LG K12+.The latest X4 (2019) is all ready to bring high-quality audio of LG to the mid-tier smartphone market.
The device sports Hi-Fi Quad DAC along with DTS: X 3D Cinema Sound that allows playback of 32-bit audio files. Furthermore, the X4 is licensedMIL-STD-810G acquiescent, enabling it to tolerate changing humidity, thermal shock, and temperatures. The device will also sport a devoted Google Assistant button.