LG is out with a new smartphone. Sort of. Ahead of the Mobile World Congress 2018 trade show, the company on Saturday unveiled the V30S ThinQ, a version of last year’s flagship V30 with slightly better specs and a focus on artificial intelligence. (Because who isn’t talking about AI nowadays?) The V30S represents LG’s new strategy of quickly releasing minor upgrades to flagship phones, rather than releasing devices on an annual schedule. The company is doing this to better extend the life of its existing product line, though consumers may potentially be confused by the multiple variants of phones that pop up. Now Playing: Watch this: LG V30S ThinQ brings improved specs and a focus on AI 1:04 The LG V30S is launching in a few weeks in South Korea, but the company wouldn’t say where or when it would launch elsewhere. It didn’t comment on pricing. There are no physical changes, aside from a new “Platinum Gray” color option. (It also comes in Moroccan Blue.) It rocks the same Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor as its predecessor and has the same 6-inch display. Likewise, its dual-lens camera, which features a 16 MP standard shooter and a 13-megapixel wide-angle lens, as… Read full this story
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