LG has yet another V series phone coming out soon. Not to be confused with the V30 or V30S, the V35 ThinQ is a bit of a hybrid between the V30 and G7 phones. The LG V35 ThinQ shares the same design as the V30 and V30S but has upgraded the processor to the speedier Snapdragon 845, increased the RAM to 6GB, and features an improved 8MP front-facing camera. The display is the same 6-inch QHD OLED that we’ve seen from the previous V series phones but without the notch like you’d find on the G7.
The dual lens camera on the back features a 16MP standard camera with an f/1.6 aperture and 16MP wide camera with f/1.9 aperture. In case you were wondering, yes it still has a headphone jack along with a HiFi Quad-DAC and virtual 3D surround sound with DTS:X. The V35 ThinQ also comes with a 3300mAH battery and 64GB of storage with a microSD card slot for all your storage needs.
LG continues to promote the smart features of the ThinQ series by including Google Lens AI baked into the camera as well as Super Far-Field Voice Recognition for Google Assistant. Beyond that, the V35 ThinQ is running Android Oreo out of the box, features an IP68 water resistant rating, and includes wireless charging.
The LG V35 ThinQ comes in Aurora Black or Platinum Grey and starts at a premium price of $900. It is currently only available through AT&T and Project Fi. Pre-orders started on June 1st through AT&T and will be available in AT&T stores beginning on June 8th.