The LG V60 Successor Could Be On Inconclusive Hold

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LG has been in talks in regards to the fate of its versatile division for some time now, with conversations of a deal springing up as well. The organization’s future gadgets are additionally supposed to be influenced by the discussions, as we recently heard that its rollable telephone project has been required to be postponed.

Presently, South Korea’s Chosun outlet (h/t: Sleepy Kuma) has announced that LG’s impending V60 replacement named Rainbow is on inconclusive hold. A source acquainted with the matter told the power source that LG and transporter accomplices have chosen not to push ahead with field testing the gadget, which was obviously expected to commence toward the finish of February.

It’s asserted that LG should deliver the Rainbow telephone in March once field testing was finished, recommending that the real delivery is additionally waiting. This unique March discharge window agreed with a December 2020 report, which likewise highlighted a Snapdragon 888 chipset and Wacom dynamic pointer uphold for the new telephone.

“The February field test plan is the timetable set by LG Electronics and versatile administrators for the dispatch of Rainbow in March, yet there is no genuine development yet,” Chosun cited an authority as saying (as indicated by machine interpretation).

We’ve asked LG for a reaction in regards to the announced deferral and the organization wouldn’t remark. It’s unmistakable regardless that it’s not exactly the same old thing for LG’s portable division.

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