Shweta Ganjoo New DelhiJanuary 28, 2019UPDATED: January 28, 2019 11:39 IST Image Courtesy: XDA DevelopersHIGHLIGHTSLG will host a special event in Barcelona on February 24.LG is expected to launch the LG G8 ahead of the MWC 2019.LG has confirmed that it would unveil its first 5G enabled phone at the event.LG is hosting a special event ahead of the Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2019 in Barcelona where it is expected to showcase its G-series flagship device, the LG G8. Ahead of its February 24 launch, the alleged press renders of the LG G8 have leaked online giving us a peek into what the phone could look like.The leaked press renders, which come as a courtesy of XDA Developers, show that the LG G7 ThinQ successor, which we reviewed last year, will sport a notch on top along with a dual camera setup at the back. The leaked images also reveal that the phone would come with a fingerprint sensor that is placed on the top quadrant of the phone just below the dual camera setup.The images also reveal that the notch, in the front, houses the front camera along with a bunch of sensors but falls short of an earpiece, which could indicate that the phone could indeed sport the sound-on-display technology, as has been pointed out by several leaks in the past. Apart from this, the phone, just like its predecessor, is likely to come with a set of four buttons on the sides- two volume control keys and a key to invoke Google Assistant on the left side, and a button to turn the phone off on the right.Notably, the leaked press renders are quite similar to the CAD renders shared by OnLeaks earlier this month, sporting a notch in the front and a dual-rear camera setup with a fingerprint scanner on the back. However, LG’s global PR head, Ken Hong, at the time had dismissed the images saying that the images were “not real”. So for now, there is no confirmation on how the LG G8 would look like.advertisementFurthermore, the leaked renders also don’t reveal much about the phone’s technical specifications. While the previous rumours have hinted that the phone would run on Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 chipset, the new set of reports doing rounds on the internet suggest that the LG G8 might have Snapdragon 855 in its core. Besides this, the phone is also tipped to sport a second attachable screen along with Android 9.0 Pie.Meanwhile, LG has confirmed that it would unveil its first ever 5G smartphone at its February 24 event. The phone, as the company said, would run on Snapdragon 855 and it would come with a gigantic 4,000mAh batteryAt this point it remains to be seen if the LG G8 would support 5G connectivity of if the company would launch a different device with the feature.ALSO READ: | LG G8 rumour roundup: Attachable screen, sound on display and everything else we know so farALSO READ: | LG to unveil its first 5G smartphone with Snapdragon 855 at MWC 2019ALSO READ: | LG’s MWC 2019 teaser hints at a phone with touchless gesturesGet real-time alerts and all the news on your phone with the all-new India Today app. Download from Post your comment Do You Like This Story? Awesome! Now share the story Too bad. Tell us what you didn’t like in the comments Posted byShweta Ganjoo Tags :Follow LG smartphoneFollow LG G8 LG G8 press renders leaked ahead of MWC 2019 launchThe LG G8 is tipped to run on Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 processor and come with sound-on-display technology.advertisement
zoom NYSE-listed liquefied natural gas (LNG) transporter GasLog Partners LP has completed the USD 483 million purchase of three LNG carriers from GasLog Ltd.The three carriers are the Methane Alison Victoria, Methane Shirley Elisabeth and Methane Heather Sally. All three carriers were built in 2007, and have a capacity of 145,000 cubic meters each.GasLog Ltd had acquired the three LNG carriers from an affiliate of BG Group (BG) in June 2014.The vessels are currently operating under long-term time charters with BG with terms of 4.5 years, 5 years and 5.5 years remaining, respectively. BG has the option to extend two of the three charters for an additional period of either three or five years following the initial charter period.GasLog Partners estimates that the carriers will annually generate around USD 72 million of incremental contracted revenue over their initial charter terms, assuming full utilization, and approximately USD 50.8 million of estimated EBITDA for the first 12 months after the closing of the purchase agreement.GasLog Partners LP’s fleet now consists of eight LNG carriers with an average carrying capacity of 148,750 cbm, each of which has a multi-year time charter.”Following this transaction, GasLog Partners continues to have an identified dropdown pipeline of twelve additional vessels at GasLog, providing a highly visible path to sustainable growth. We believe GasLog Partners is well positioned to execute our strategy and continue growing cash distributions for our unitholders at a 10-15% CAGR from the IPO for the next several years,” said Andy Orekar, Chief Executive Officer of GasLog Partners.GasLog Ltd’s fully-owned fleet now consists of 19 LNG carriers (including 11 ships in operation and 8 LNG carriers on order), and the company has four LNG carriers operating under its technical management for third parties.