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LG G8 ThinQ Reviews (79%)

LG G8 ThinQ Reviews (79%) 1
79% Aggregate Rating From Professional Review Outlets.

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LG G8 ThinQ

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By Pocketnow on 80

Qualcomm announced more moves toward better AI and mid-range Snapdragon processors that bring top-tier gaming and camera features to potentially more affordable products. And then Samsung comes out of the post-Qualcomm gate with said processor and a…

By T3 Magazine on 80

The LG G8 ThinQ won’t let you down but it perhaps just doesn’t stand out enough. It’s a speedy, nice-looking handset running the latest Android software and performing very respectably in the photo-taking and battery-conserving departments too.It’s…

By Engadget on 73

LG’s new G8 ThinQ packs the performance you’d expect from a modern flagship phone and, as usual, it’s a great option for people who care about smartphone sound quality. Beyond that, there’s little here to set it apart from this year’s early crowd of…

By Pocket-Lint on 80

Ultimately, for all of LG’s efforts, the LG G8 struggles to be class-leading in any area. That results in a phone that’s just, well, fine – but also not special.

By PhoneArena on 80

At $850, its suggested retail price, the LG G8 would have been tough to recommend. That’s about as much as a Galaxy S10 costs right now, and Samsung’s flagship is superior in a number of ways: it has a more versatile set of cameras, it runs a more polished custom software, and its stereo speakers sound noticeably clearer.

By VentureBeat on 70

That’s not to suggest the G8’s a bad choice — it isn’t. It’s just no-frills, and if you’re fine paying $820 for a phone without bells and whistles, you’ll be pleased with what LG has on offer. Just don’t expect anything more than that.

By PCMag on 80

The LG G8 ThinQ is a top-notch Android flagship that faces stiff competition from less expensive alternatives like the Samsung Galaxy S10e.

By GeekSpin on 70

A generic but competent Android flagship with stellar audio that’s hampered by unreliable gimmicks and bloatware.

By cnet on 80

The LG G8 ThinQ is an objectively great phone, but with a high price tag and no standout features, it’s not great enough to beat the Galaxy…

By Android Central on 70

Low light shots are where LG is a bit further behind the curve, and it’s once again about the processing as the hardware is clearly good enough to let in enough light to produce better photos than this. For the most part, low-light shots are relatively…

By The Verge on 65

If you’re looking for a new phone in 2019 that has a bunch of features, the LG G8 ThinQ should be on your shortlist. Compared to something like the Google Pixel 3, a purposefully plain phone, the LG G8 is on the opposite side of the spectrum. It’s…

By Tom’s Guide on 60

I wanted to like the G8 ThinQ, after being thoroughly unimpressed by the G7 ThinQ and the V40 ThinQ.But while other companies are doing really cool things with camera software (Google), displays (Samsung), hardware design (Huawei) and services (Apple),…

By GSMArena on 84

Unfortunately, if you are here for the feature set, you might want to look somewhere else. The Crystal Sound OLED panel’s sound quality isn’t the best we’ve seen. The 3D ToF-enabled features, except for the excellent portrait selfies and the Face Unlock, feels downright gimmicky. The Hand ID works really slow and it’s unreliable, the Air Motion gestures need more work. And it’s really hard to see any proper use case at all.

By Ubergizmo on 95

The LG G8 scores very well in everything that can be objectively measured such as technical design (how much tech can fit inside the phone), display quality and camera quality.It’s true that the Galaxy S10+ or Huawei P30 Pro fare better with the battery…

By Neowin on 80

Ultimately, the LG G8 ThinQ is a pretty solid handset. I’m more of a V-series man, but that’s just personal preference, and it’s why LG makes two lines of phones. I absolutely love that there’s no camera bump though. I know it sounds like a strange…

By MobileSyrup on 70

Now that I’ve grown up I am still attracted to phones with fascinating but gimmicky features, but I also review devices and I require more than gimmicks in a handset before truly calling it…

By HotHardware on 80

Since the introduction of Android 7 Nougat, and even more so with Android 8 Oreo and 9 Pie, our battery life testing has become a bit of a challenge. Unfortunately, or fortunately as the case may be, Google’s mobile operating system is getting more…

International Review By androidpit.fr on 80

Le LG G8 ThinQ a été présenté au Mobile World Congress 2019 avec une fiche technique respectable, un écran OLED piézoélectrique, un capteur 3D ToF et une nouvelle façon d’interagir via des gestes appelée Air Motion. Sera-ce suffisant pour convaincre les…

International Review By androidpit.es on 80

El LG G8 ThinQ se presentó en el Mobile World Congress 2019 con una ficha técnica impresionante, una pantalla piezoeléctrica OLED, un sensor de tiempo de vuelo 3D y una nueva navegación gestual llamada Air Motion, ¿será suficiente para convencer a los…

International Review By androidpit.it on 80

LG G8 ThinQ si è presentato al Mobile World Congress 2019 con una scheda tecnica di tutto rispetto, uno schermo OLED piezoelettrico, un sensore ToF 3D e un nuovo modo di interagire attraverso i gesti chiamato Air Motion. Basteranno per convincere gli…

International Review By cnet.com/es/ on 90

El LG G8 ThinQ es un excelente celular que ya puedes comprar a un precio inferior que el Galaxy S10E y el iPhone XR, pero sus novedades más importantes necesitan mejorar para ser verdaderamente…

International Review By Netzwelt on 100

Entsperrung durch Erkennung eurer Hand, Gestensteuerung in der Luft, Display und Lautsprecher in einem – das neue G8 ThinQ ist das zukünftige Premiummodell aus dem Hause LG. Das Smartphone verfügt über eine leistungsstarke Hardware und innovative neue…

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