The LG G8 flagship could support an attachable second display
Rather than using just one large display with reduced bezels, as is typical nowadays, it’s claimed that LG’s next flagship will actually make use of a unique dual-display setup. But contrary to early LG-V series smartphones, this won’t involve any small, secondary screens.
In actual fact, it's claimed that the LG G8 ThinQ – CNET claims that it could use a different name – will support an optional display that can be added via a special case, thus producing a design which resembles that of the ZTE Axon M. Unlike the latter smartphone, though, LG’s concept won't be foldable and is said to include extremely thin side bezels, allowing for the gap between each display to be minimal. So minimal, in fact, that the smartphone will reportedly look like a single-screen device.
While on the topic of the displays, the South Korean report notes that LG’s next flagship will offer a large 7-inch display when the two displays are connected. This will be paired with a new user interface dubbed “Touchless” input which will allow users to utilize the phone using only hand gestures.
With the LG G8 ThinQ expected to make its debut next month, further information will probably leak over the course of the coming weeks. In the meantime, a price of 1 million won ($893) is estimated, allowing LG to undercut Samsung’s Galaxy Fold by a significant margin – this is expected to cost as much as 2 million won ($1,786).