While Samsung and Huawei are aiming to usher in the era of foldable phones with the Galaxy Fold and Mate X, LG has taken a slightly different approach.
When the LG V50 ThinQ launched the company released an additional screen case which attached to the phone resulting in a makeshift foldable phone. The Dual Screen folio case came with a 6.2-inch OLED panel and offered users the utility of a secondary screen for multitasking, playing games or taking photos.
Now LG is looking to build on that with the upcoming V60 ThinQ, which will be announced at IFA Berlin this September. The…