LG Electronics’ V60 ThinQ 5G not only boasts 5G connectivity, but upgraded audio, video / photo capabilities and updated software experiences with a refined aesthetic for maximizing productivity as well as entertainment. Featuring a 6.8-inch OLED display, a Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 Mobile Platform, a Qualcomm Snapdragon X55 5G modem, two rear cameras (64MP main camera lens / 13MP wide angle lens), along with a time of flight (ToF) sensor array.
You read that right, 5G is finally coming to the Samsung Galaxy A series, which means you’ll be able to enjoy silky smooth streaming and lag-free gaming at budget price. At $499.99, the Galaxy A51 5G features a 6.5-inch Super AMOLED display and a quad rear camera setup consisting of a 48MP main lens, 12MP ultra-wide, and two 5MP lenses, complete with a front-facing 32MP to finish things off.
Speaking at a Downing Street briefing on Saturday, Michael Gove dismisses a popular conspiracy theory that the coronavirus outbreak may be linked to 5G networks. NHS England Professor Steve Powis also claims that the theories are untrue after several videos were uploaded on social media services that show 5G masts being set on fire.
Planet Computers may not be a household name in the technology world, but their latest offering, the Astro Slide 5G, just might change that. Think of this device as a smartphone and PDA hybrid, thanks to its “RockUp” slide hinge mechanism. More specifically, this feature enables you to slide the screen off the keyboard and then flip it up to use with its physical QWERTY keyboard.
At Samsung’s Unpacked event, they officially unveiled their Galaxy Note 10 flagship smartphones: the Note 10 and Note 10+ hit. Both arrive at stores on Aug. 23 at starting, priced from $950 and $1,100, respectively, with Verizon Wireless getting an exclusive 5G 10+ version exclusive retailing for $1,300. All of the models feature bezel-less AMOLED displays with an embedded Infinity-O front-facing selfie camera.