LG will start selling the V50 ThinQ 5G starting with its home market of South Korea on April 19. The company’s first 5G phone will cost KRW 1.19M (€940/$1,060) for the sole available 6GB + 128GB model.
LG V50 ThinQ 5G units bought before May will get a bundled Dual Screen accessory that’s normally worth KRW 219,000 (around €172/$193) for free.
Samsung’s Galaxy S10+ 5G will go on sale in Korea a full two weeks earlier on April 5. It will cost KRW 1.39M(€1,090/$1,225) for a 8GB + 256GB or even KRW 1.55M (€1,215/$1,365) for a 8GB + 512GB model.
The LG V50 ThinQ is powered by a Snapdragon 855, has a 6.4-inch P-OLED of 1440x3120px resolution, a triple 12MP regular + 12MP 2x telephoto + 16MP ultra-wide camera on the rear and a dual 8MP regular + 5MP ultra-wide selfie camera.