Less than two weeks ago, we gave you a heads-up that the LG V30s will be showcased in MWC2018. Now, via gsmarena we got the goods that indeed, the critically-acclaimed LG V30 will be getting an upgrade. Two devices were announced, namely the V30S ThinQ and V30S+. The former houses 6GB RAM and 128 GB storage while the latter gets the same RAM but goes with a 256GB storage. New colors for both variants also underway, namely Moroccan Blue and Platinum Gray. So what’s with the ThinQ? It’s LGs way of introducing its own AI which is akin to Samsung’s Bixby that’ll let you control your smart appliances and realize your LG branded IoT potential. As for pricing none yet but should be in the range of the LGV30 that came before it (P35,000 to 45,000).
A new MediaTek chip has been spotted in popular benchmarking site, Geekbench, and is rumored to be headed to MWC 2018. Named MTK P60 MWC Demo. it runs on Android Oreo 8.1.0 and 4GB of RAM. Judging from the Single-Core score, the chipset will most likely be too high for a Cortex A53. This octa-core processor can also competitively run with the Snapdragon 660. Source (in Chinese) via