LG V60 ThinQ 5G Dual Screen review: Falling short of flagship quality
“The LG ThinQ V60 5G has a massive battery and unique dual screen case, but poor software and mediocre design holds it back.”
- Dual Screen case can be useful
- Excellent performance
- Long battery life
- Reasonable price
- Frustrating software
- Camera is far from the best
- Slow fingerprint sensor
The LG V50 ThinQ brought a number firsts for the company’s smartphone line. It was the first LG phone to support standard 5G bands, and the first LG phone to jump aboard the folding phone trend, albeit through an accessory that added a second display rather than a folding OLED screen. Now, LG wants to repeat the trick.
Just one problem. The phone it’s building off of — the LG V50 ThinQ — was average, at best.
That’s not to say that the new LG V60 ThinQ is a bad phone. With a Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 processor, 8GB of RAM, and Android 10 out of the box, the device has a lot going for it. However, given its $800 price tag, or $900 with the Dual Screen accessory, it struggles to stand out from the many stellar flagship phones you can buy today. More