After two years of poor sales, LG decided to shake up its mobile business. New leaders are at the forefront, and changes to their flagship lineups are already underway. In particular, the V Series expands as LG announces the series' second new device, the LG V35 ThinQ.
As the name implies, this is a mid-cycle upgrade. Similar to the T-series for OnePlus, LG has made small changes to the already well-received device to extend its life cycle for another year. The result is a cell phone that is visually almost identical to its predecessor, but has improved its internal components with the parts of the G7 ThinQ. It's not the sexiest mobile phone version, but it's technically the most powerful V-series you can buy now.
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- Operating System: Android 8.0 Oreo
- Skin: LG UX 6.0 +
- CPU: Qualcomm Snapdragon 845
- GPU: Adreno 630
- RAM: 6 GB
- Weight: 157g
- Memory: 64 or 128 GB (expandable via microSD)
- Display: 6 "2880 x 1440 18: 9 OLED Display
- Rear view camera: 16 MP + 16 MP
- Front camera: 8 MP  Battery:
Colors: Aurora Black, Platinum Gray [ 19659006] I / O: 3.5mm Headphone Jack
Only two carriers officially sell this new device: AT & T and Project Fi AT & T has actually decided not to transport the G7 ThinQ this exclusivity. Now that LG has officially announced the V35, we can understand why. The specifications are so similar to the G7 ThinQ that it would be hard to sell both well.
Project Fi will, however, try just that, as it will include both the G7 ThinQ and the V35 ThinQ. These phones, along with the Moto G6, will be the first cell phones worn by Google-developed wireless service providers that do not have an Android One flavor. Therefore, LG will edit updates (something they promise will get better).
Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 with 6GB of RAM
The biggest change between the V35 ThinQ and last year's V30 will be an upgrade to the chipset. The V35 ThinQ shares the same processor as the G7 ThinQ (and probably the V40) with the use of the Qualcomm Snapdragon 845. This upgrade will add a remarkable difference in performance, whether you're a gamer, a power user, or an occasional user. In addition, it is paired with 6GB of RAM, which makes multitasking a breeze.
The V35 ThinQ retains the same 6-inch 18: 9 POLED display from last year's V30. While the display was plagued by controversy, LG seems It's also one of the few changes between this device and the G7 ThinQ, a difference that could be made in a future iteration of the two series.
The screen has a resolution of 2880x 1440 and is surrounded by Gorilla Glass 5 for first-class protection against scratches and small drops.The screen supports HDR10, so Netflix and YouTube videos the support HDR can be enjoyed as intended.
It seems LG is bringing the same cameras from the G7 ThinQ to the V35, the V35 ThinQ will dual have 16 MP cameras arranged horizontally. The primary lens has a aperture of 1: 1.6, a field of view of 71 °, a glass lens and 10-bit HDR. The second lens has a field of view of 107 degrees (wide angle) and an aperture of 1: 1.
The selfie camera is an 8 MP wide-angle lens (107 °) with aperture 1: 1.9. And like any ThinQ brand phone, the V35 will be AI-optimized.
Machine Learning Enhancement
Similar to Huawei believes that AI is the [isthenextstepinthedevelopmentofsmartphonesandhopesthatthetechnologywillhelpdistinguishitsflagshipfromotherAndroidphonesinthemarketThat'swhyLGaddedThinQbrandingtoallofitsflagshipdevicesthisyearbringingwithitanumberofupgrades
AI Cam recommends camera settings based on the subject in the viewfinder. The V35 ThinQ has 19 shooting modes that the AI Cam can recommend based on the things found in the viewfinder. The AI Cam in the G7 ThinQ also offers "advanced filtering options" based on parameters such as color, contrast and saturation. We believe this feature will also reach the V35 ThinQ.
The V35 ThinQ is also renamed to the Bright mode called the Super Bright Camera , Introducing the V30S ThinQ for the first time, the phone can work better on low-light shots by brightening images by a factor of two, resulting in a lower-resolution, better-exposure photo. The new feature, according to LG, will provide significant improvements in low light compared to its predecessor and last year's V30.
Google Lens is also integrated into the camera, so you can easily find out more information about an object in its surroundings viewfinder. The information ranges from the history of an object to the lowest price. You can also use Google Lens in both Google Photos and Google Assistant (a feature that only a select number of phones have access to).
Google Assistant has also been improved on the device, with exclusive commands included Provide controls for LG devices. These commands include requests that use the phone's specific hardware and commands such as "Take a Wide-angle Selfie." There are 32 exclusive commands that leverage the new hardware and internal functions, making it much easier to control the device.
In addition, LG has integrated G7 ThinQ's super far-field speech recognition technology, which lets Google Assistant handle commands up to 16.4 feet away. The new technology can also decode your voice commands via background noise, so you can really use your phone hands-free.
High Quality Audio
A V-Series classic, the V35 incorporates the famed Hi-Fi 32-bit Quad DAC to enhance the audio quality of the 3.5mm headphone jack. Music will never sound as clear and full as on the V35 ThinQ thanks to this feature, which can drive even the most expensive high quality headphones.
Additionally, LG provided support for DTS: X 3D surround sound for movie watchers. With this software, your headphones can output surround sound (up to 7.1). As quality strikes, it enhances the experience of filmwatching by allowing the sound to resonate around you.
And with Android 8.0 Oreo, LG V35 ThinQ will have access to hi-fi audio codecs from High Bluetooth Headphones. Regardless of whether you are listening to music with wired headphones or wirelessly, you can still enjoy the highest sound quality.
The device is powered by a 3300 mAh battery predecessor and 300 mAh more than the G7 ThinQ. Like its predecessor, the V35 supports ThinQ Quick Charge 3.0, enabling fast loading times. Wireless charging is also supported thanks to its glass back.
The V35 ThinQ is also a tank that offers both IP68 water and dust resistance (the highest rating for smartphones) and MIL-STD 810G compliant. The latter is a military-created certification that will only be awarded to equipment that survives the harshest environments.
While the pricing was not announced in LG's official press release, we know what the MSRP will be thanks to Project Fi. Project Fi announced that they would also carry this device (in addition to AT & T) and revealed the price: $ 899.
As far as availability is concerned, neither carriers nor LG have disclosed this information. We only know that it will come soon.
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