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RSS FeedsLG`s G8X ThinQ Dual Screen might just be a killer feature ahead of its time
(Digital Photography Review)

 
 

17 november 2019 16:46:33

 
LG`s G8X ThinQ Dual Screen might just be a killer feature ahead of its time
(Digital Photography Review)
 




The LG G8X ThinQ is the South Korean brand`s latest high-end smartphone and was launched at IFA in September. It`s powered by Qualcomm`s Snapdragon 855 top-of-the-line chipset and features a 6.4-inch AMOLED display with FullHD+ resolution, 6GB RAM and an under-display fingerprint reader. On the camera side of things the new model relies on similar hardware as previous LG devices but has to make do without the dedicated tele lens that could be found on the G8 ThinQ. The X-model`s dual-camera setup combines a primary camera using a 12MP 1/2.55` sensor and F1.8 27mm equivalent lens with an ultra-wide camera that offers a 13MP resolution, F2.4 aperture and 16mm equivalent field of view. The primary camera also features OIS and PDAF. The device`s standout feature is an attachable dual-screen case, though. It allows you to double the overall screen size and resolution, similar to other recent dual-screen devices, such as the Huawei Mate X or Samsung Galaxy Fold. We`ve had the chance to use the LG G8X ThinQ with Dual-Screen accessory for a few weeks now. Read on to find out what the Dual Screen has to offer for mobile photographers. The Dual Screen accessory $(document).ready(function() { SampleGalleryV2({`containerId`:`embeddedSampleGallery_5646844054`,`galleryId`:`5646844054`,`isEmbeddedWidget`:true,`selectedImageIndex`:0,`isMobile`:false}) }); The G8X ThinQ`s dual-screen solution is different from other dual-screen devices in that the secondary screen can be removed when not needed. This means you have a very visible border between the two displays, but you can also leave the secondary display at home when not needed - which is a good thing as it adds quite a bit of bulk and weight. The secondary display is embedded into a case that the G8X can be inserted in, and connects to via its USB-C port. This means you need an accessory dongle for connecting a USB-cable when the Dual Screen is attached. This is not a major issue but, like any small acces ...
 
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