A few phones have 5 G functionality with the LG-V50 ThinQ ($1,152 USD). It’s a solid device in all ways, from the flagship level to the beautiful view, but it comes with a high price tag for adding a 5 G modem. Without being a early adopter, you’re better off choosing to have Google Pixel 3 or Samsung Galaxy S10 less expensive, without waiting later in this year for an improved snapdragon X55 modem (not to mention more 5 g covers).
It is forgivable to confuse the LGV50 with the V40 or even the V30. Most of LG’s V-series layout esthetics have been retained by its latter flagship. A 6.4-inch OLED display with minimum bezels and a tiny button for camera and lenses will be located on the front of the device. The measuring range is 0.44 “(HWD) and 2.98.”6.25 by 2.98” (HWD). It is a bit lighter than other flagships, but not hard to maintain for longer intervals.
Flip over the V50 and you will discover a flat camera panel all-glass cabinet. A yellow 5 G logo above the camera pile is available when the device is in use. The fingerprint sensor below is quick-to-action, but with tiny fingers it is difficult to achieve. In the middle and top of the device are silver LG logos.
The top of the V50 is empty and there are a microphone, a headphone jack and a USB-C recharge port on the lower side. On the right hand hand you will discover quantity and comfort switches, which are programmed by definition to unlock Google Assistant. The switches are a little tiny and near to one another, although the comfort key is simple to define. The energy switch is on the correct side.
LG-V50 Specs and features
The aspect ratio for the OLED screen is 19.5:9. At 3,120 by 1,330, the screen resolution is input at 538 pixels per inches. The V50 had great colour precision in our screen trials, yet was somewhat cold.
Fortunately, if you favor hotter glare, you can adjust the temperature to display the configuration panel. The lightness at 335 nights is nice, even if the show in immediate sunlight is somewhat difficult to see.
The V50 was mainly made of glass, but it is still a very lasting telephone. Gorilla Glass 5 is produced from the front and Gorilla Glass 6 is used from the rear. It’s an excellent blend, giving the display a bit stiffer to avoid holes and more sturdiness to falls in the rear.
The LG-V50 ThinQ has an IP68 score for water and dust safety in relation to reinforced glass. And it is screened with MIL-STD-810 G, which means it should resist unexpected pain. However, it’s still a whole-glass device, so you want to spend in a nice situation.
The LG V50 is locked to Sprint, and only Sprint supports 5G. In this connection, it promotes 1/2/3/4/5/8/12/12/17/20/25/26/28/40/46/66/71 LTE groups, which cover all carriers with the exception of AT&T. Adding the 71 group will be especially important as the approval of the Sprint / T-Mobile partnership will provide stronger protection for Sprint clients in remote regions.
The V50 is great call quality. Test calls were evident and the cancelation of tone functioned completely for Sprint’s network. Download rates were excellent in downtown Manhatten at 94Mbps, but pdf rates were lagged at 15Mbps. During our tests, we could not test 5 G on the telephone because it was not started in New York, but we intend to renew this evaluation if so. Check our test results in Dallas for an early review of Sprint’s 5 G network.
The V50 offers wireless internet in the 2.4 GHz and 5GHz ranges and mobile payments are made via the NFC. For wireless video and wearable storage, Bluetooth 5.0 is on line.
The LG-V50 ThinQ comes with a Snapdragon 855 quality-powered quality control unit and RAM 6 GB. There is 128 GB of storage available, 103 GB of which is out of the loop. You’ll be glad to understand that the V50 has a microSD module that lets you contribute up to a further 2 TB of space if you want to display plenty of pictures or videos on your mobile.
LG is not so well known as Google, Huawei and Samsung for its smartphone sensors, but V50 provides strong imagery efficiency in each display scenario. The device has a full camera set that contains a 12MP lens with a large f/15 aperture, a 12-mph lens with an aperture of f/2.4 and a 107-degree range of perspective and f/1.9 aperture with a super broad 16MP angle lens. At 8MP and 5MP are available two front-facing cameras.
LG provides strong hardware continuously, and no exception is the LG-V50 ThinQ . It’s powerful, it has a strong panel and it appears strong. However, for a 5 G 1st generation device that provides only a single spectrum band access it’s quite costly. We advise to wait for 5 G to mature a little before shopping. Based on a safer Benutzeroberfläche and fast improvements to software the Samsung Galaxy S10 is a far less costly choice. The Google Pixel 3 is difficult to overcome when you’re searching for the finest camera and the fastest OS improvements accessible.