LG has been doing a good job in keeping the official look of the G8 ThinQ a secret. Amidst all the rumors, the only thing LG has confirmed is the ToF front camera, which they claim will offer better and more secure facial biometrics.
Ahead of its official launch at MWC 2019, leakster Evan Blass got hold of the official renders of the G8 ThinQ, and it looks quite familiar.
The rear panel rings a bell since it looks very similar to the V30. Rumors of a triple rear camera setup are not true, as the G8 ThinQ is sticking to a dual rear camera setup. Going to the front, the G8 ThinQ looks very similar to the G7 ThinQ with the notched display. The slight tweak on the G8 ThinQ is the relocated front camera: this time around, it is placed on the left side to give space to the new ToF camera.
The port layout remains the same: volume controls and an extra button (possibly for Google Assistant) on the left side, power button and SIM tray on the right side, and speaker, USB-C port, and headphone jack at the bottom.
The G8 ThinQ is expected to have 128GB internal storage and a rather expensive price tag. We will know more about the G8 ThinQ come February 24 so stay tuned.