LG partners with Swisscom to bring 5G network to Europe. The launch of 5G network in Switzerland marks a European milestone on the path to 5G as the Global Rollout of 5G continues this year, according to Qualcomm news. The Swiss customers are the first in the region to experience power of next generation connectivity with LG V50 ThinQ 5G.
LG’s first 5G handset, LG V50 ThinQ is equipped with 4000mAh battery which is 20% more than the battery found in LG V40 ThinQ. The battery size is larger because the energy consumption of this 5G phone is higher than LG V40 ThinQ. According to lgnewsroom, the heat-dissipating Vapor Chamber system installed in the phone is three times larger than found in its predecessor, this will keep the phone cool. Live streaming of music concerts and sporting events will be more easy and fun. On turning the phone horizontally, users can get the best gaming experience. The dual screen takes multitasking to the whole new level: watch movie on one screen and search for something else on the other screen. This dual screen can be detached from phone to save the battery from draining.
“LG is very focused on expanding its leadership in 5G by introducing leading-edge devices and forging customer-oriented collaborations with carrier partners such as Swisscom,” said Morris Lee, senior vice president and business unit leader at LG Electronics Mobile Communications Company. LG is on its way to make 5G a reality and soon we would get to know how well LG V50 ThinQ has lived up to the expectations.