LG seems intent on launching a series of unprecedented smartphones belonging to the Q series: the request for registration with the South Korean institution KIPRIS (Korea Intellectual Property Rights Information Service) was filed in early May and is still awaiting approval.
In the not too distant future, the following models could be launched on the market:
To these are added two more, Q41 – whose registration request dates back to the end of April – and Q51, smartphone already announced by LG in late February and equipped with 6.5 “FullVision display, triple rear camera and MIL military certification- STD-810G (opening photo) The Asian manufacturer, therefore, seems willing to renew the entire Q series portfolio with new devices, the technical specifications of which however are still unknown at the moment.
Like all the other players operating in the mobile sector, LG is also experiencing a difficult time on the market: the pandemic in progress has caused sales to collapse, and forecasts for the whole year are certainly not rosy. With a diversified offer, especially in the mid-range, the Korean manufacturer tries to move up the slope, and it also does so with the choice to renew the design of its flagship smartphones. This is the case of Velvet, announced in early May and in advance of the initial plans which, in addition to marking a new course with a vocabulary that differentiates it from previous models, proposes a renewed design ( Raindrop ) while inheriting the Dual Screen already seen on V60and, even earlier, on V50.
We, therefore, expect several news from LG in the coming months: not only the Q range, but also a smartphone with a stylus – LG Stylo 6 – and, who knows, a dual-screen with a T-shaped opening called LG Wing. In Italy, meanwhile, LG V60 ThinQ 5G has just arrived: it costs 999 euros, and for the first few weeks the Dual Screen is included in the price.