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LG’s V50 ThinQ 5G to Remind You Where You Parked
« on: April 09, 2019, 07:05:21 AM »

LG Electronics’ first 5G smartphone, the V50 ThinQ 5G, will support customized
 artificial intelligence functions that would make users feel as if the smartphone is a real personal assistant, LG said on Tuesday.

With the new 5G smartphone, set for launch next Friday, LG is focusing on increasing users' convenience by reinforcing the AI platform to understand circumstances.

For example, the V50 ThinQ will help users with parking. When a user parks and gets out of the car, the smartphone will recognize the situation and remind the user to take a picture of the parking location.
When commuting by subway, the phone alarm goes off as the train approaches the destination, preventing users from missing their stops.

“In the era of 5G where users send and receive far greater amounts of data, LG’s 5G phone has the feature of helping provide users with more accurate information at a faster rate in a secure manner,” LG said.

nice i suppose.  i don't know how to drive mostly because i have trouble paying attention and i get lost easily because the compass from the left side of my head is broken.  but when i get rides from my middle brother or my mom.  as soon as i get out of the car, i didn't pay attention to where they parked the car that as i entered the destination say like a store and as soon as i exit it.  i forget where they park.  this 5g technology smartphone helps somewhat by reminding people like me to take a picture of the parking area as soon as i get out of the car.

it also works with subway by sounding the alarm when people reach their destination.  cool.   i wonder if it also works with buses too.  that would be really nice.
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