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4 reasons to buy LG G8 or not to buy LG G8


The LG G8 ThinQ arrives with excellent specifications and interesting news, but is it worth buying? Here we tell you why and why not.

Angela Lang / CNET

The cell phoneLG G8 ThinQ is a complete cell phone and with exceptional technologies that, even though they have not been able to prove their current benefits, give us a sample of what we could see in the future in all phones.

This LG cell phone has been ignored by many since before it was available and it is to be understood taking into account that the company's last generations of phones have been overshadowed mainly by Samsung, Huawei and Apple cell phones. In addition, LG has confused many consumers by releasing versions of their flagship phones with important differences in features (as happened with the LG G6).

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That said, the LG G8 ThinQ is an interesting phone that is worth considering, especially if you plan to buy it unlocked (in places like Best Buy, B&H, etc.) or on T-Mobile because it has a much more attractive price.

We collect here the main reasons to buy the LG G8 ThinQ or not to buy it.

Reasons to buy the LG G8


The LG G8 ThinQ is one of the most complete cell phones on the market and as you can buy it for US $ 619 in T-Mobile, US $ 649 in Best Buy or US $ 699 in B&H, it is one of the best cell phones you can buy today at that price.

Its main competitor is the Galaxy S10E, which is Samsung's smallest high-end cell phone, but although they share many of its features and functions, it is generally priced at US $ 749.

Sound quality with wired headphones

LG continues to differentiate itself from the competition by offering a high-fidelity amplifier that allows the sound quality through wired headphones to be superior to what most of its competitors offer.

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Effective 3D facial recognition

The reality is that all kinds of Android phones in the entire price range have facial recognition; The bad thing, however, is that the vast majority is 2D which is not very safe since in low light conditions it has difficulties to function properly.