The sale will end on the 4th of October.
For a better audio experience, LG Q60 supports DTS: X 3D Surround Sound tech for a 7.1 surround sound experience.
LG G8s ThinQ’s notch houses sensors for Hand ID and Air Motion.
The Great Indian Festival sale will start on the 29th of September and end on the 4th of October.
G-Sync Compatible support for LG’s 2019 E9 and C9 OLED TVs will arrive in select markets in the coming weeks through a firmware update.
There is a 360-degree ‘Freestop’ hinge between the two displays that allows users to turn the screen, just like a laptop.
September's the new 'Tech'tember as we would witness the launch of multiple smartphones from various brands
The sub-Rs 10,000 smartphone market now offers more bang for the buck than ever.
LG may promote the V60 ThinQ as an alternative to the foldable smartphones like Galaxy Fold and Mate X that have been in the news over durability and other design concerns.
LG has not confirmed the name of its upcoming smartphone, but rumours suggest it could be launched as V60 ThinQ.
The LG X2 (2019) continues to be LG’s budget offering like the last year’s model.
LG is expected to start mass-producing flexible OLEDs later this year.
This is the first time that details of the LG X2 have surfaced online.
The additional features the W30 bring to the table easily outweigh the extra Rs 1,000 you have to shell out.
LG’s new lineup includes new TV models under the SMART, UHD, NanoCell, LED and OLED AI ThinQ series.
LG is also offering a 4K Smart TV worth around 40K with the G8S ThinQ in Germany.
With a ‘Pro’ in its name, the smartphone competes with Redmi Note 7 Pro, Realme 3 Pro, Honor 20i and the Galaxy M30, which fall in the same price range.
LG W30 could be a good option for someone looking for a triple camera smartphone which offers an ultra-wide lens.
We compare the three smartphones in terms of their specs on paper.
LG's W10, W30 and W30 Pro will launch on the 3rd of July exclusively in India.
LG comes in at close second selling 280,000 units of the V50 ThinQ 5G.
Competing against majors like Xiaomi and Samsung, LG will also bring in smartphones from its global portfolio to the Indian market.
The W10 will reportedly pack a Helio P22 chipset and 3GB RAM with 32GB of storage.
The Stylo 5 looks more-or-less like its predecessor Stylo 4 that was launched last year in June.
LG is bringing budget-friendly W series smartphones to India with a similar design and triple camera setup.