Unable to invest NIS 10,000 inGalaxy Samsung's Fold? The country's G8X ThinQ can provide the answer, now with official availability in our small country
All major smartphone makers in the market spent 2019 trying to find original solutions that would allow consumers to receive as large a display as possible in their smartphones, without going overboard with the overall physical dimensions - and while Samsung and Huawei decided to go big on the big box with folding screens That give you almost the same viewing space as a tablet, inLG Prefer a much cheaper and cheaper alternative that gives a similar effect to their latest flagship product.
The LG G8X ThinQ includes chip Snapdragon 855 octagonal inside, fast 2.1GB internal UFS 128 storage with additional microTD gain via microSD, 4GB LPDDR6X memory, IP68 water and dust protection, MIL-STD-810G military resistance in shock and fall tests, stereo speakers, 4,000mAh battery with 21-watt charging and 9-watt wireless charging - and a pair of screens OLED 6.4 inches in size and 2,340 × 1,080 pixels in size, each delivers a double and absolutely generous work space. The difference is that this is a secondary screen that dresses as a cover on the main device and not a single large display panel - so consumers can choose to remove the display expansion (and reduce the weight accordingly) as desired, and return it within a few seconds when needed.
It may not be argued that the technology in the new G8X ThinQ is exactly the same as the one in Galaxy Fold or Mate X - but on the days when the cheapest price you can buy the futuristic folding smartphone from home סמסונג In the country it is NIS 9,400 (!), The alternative from the G8X that will allow you to enjoy double the work space of most smart devices on the market at an official recommended price of NIS 3,390 (and even less than NIS 3,200 in some local stores) sounds like a very reasonable compromise.
The LG G8X ThinQ is available in black only, with volume setting Memories Unit and two-year warranty on behalf of the official Israeli representative Ronlight (or one-year warranty in stores based on parallel imports). Think it's worth the money or not really? Let us know what you think in the comments.