South Korean electronics manufacturer LG may not be as big a name in India’s smartphones market as some of its peers. The reasons: Its unusual product launch cycles and lack of devices in different price segments. The company’s recently launched flagship, LG G8s ThinQ, is also making a rather belated India entry — the smartphone was announced in February — but, at Rs 35,990, it is more competitively priced.
Will it stand out in India’s midrange smartphone market? We reviewed the smartphone to see how it fares on various key parameters.