LG’s answer to Samsung and Apple and their the successor to the G7 ThinQ, is their current flagship device, the G8x ThinQ. Along with their G8x, LG has also released the LG Dual screen, their answer to Samsung’s foldable device. Having used the LG G7, I’m keenly interested in seeing what improvements LG has made.
Without further ado, let’s take a look at what comes in the box.
LG G8x ThinQ
Like most of LG’s flagship devices, the following comes in the box:
LG G8x device
USB-C Fast charger
Micro-fiber cleaning cloth
SIM card key
Given that LG puts a lot of focus on the audio quality of their phones, I was disappointed that it didn’t come with a nice set of headphones, they way Samsung does with their high-end smartphones.
LG Dual Screen
LG has kept things simple when it comes to Dual Screen. Inside you get the dual screen, a cover that
shows you how to install the phone into it, and an adapter for a USB C charger. Overall, The Dual
Screen itself is heavier than I expected, feeling more like a protective case than a second screen.
With that being said, the quality of it is very nice.
Do you have the G8x or the Dual Screen? Let me know in the comments what you think of them.
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