Published: Sat, May 05, 2018
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LG V35 ThinQ for AT&T surfaces in leaked image

LG V35 ThinQ for AT&T surfaces in leaked image

Nice one. Samsung also just released 128GB and 256GB models of the S9, while LG will offer a G7 ThinQ with 128GB storage and 6GB RAM (but not in the United States). The backside of the V35 also features a fingerprint reader.

LG G7 ThinQ is a big upgrade over the predecessor in terms of design.

On paper, the LG G7 ThinQ looks to be awfully similar to some of the market's top competitors, including Samsung's Galaxy S9 and Apple's iPhone X. But there are some details LG still hasn't revealed.

Need more proof that the V35 ThinQ is indeed the mysterious LG phone headed for AT&T? It would appear that AT&T will not be selling the G7 ThinQ, though, in favor of being the exclusive stockist of the V35 ThinQ.

LG's Survey Found That Users Didn't Really Hate The Notch Design

It seems that LG wants to reaffirm itself in the use of artificial intelligence and now all its devices have the surname ThinQ. Maybe one of these prices isn't final yet, since we don't remember when we've last seen such a huge difference between the United Kingdom and continental Europe.

We live in a bezel-free (or almost bezel-free) world now, and the LG G7 ThinQ and Samsung Galaxy S9 are both evidence of this, with big and bright displays. AT&T says it will launch a new LG device this summer, which will not be available elsewhere; but has not named the mystery phone.

According to the info available, the upcoming phone will apparently take advantage of a 6-inch QHD+ OLED display with 80% screen-to-body ratio and won't have a notch. We didn't get to try out the latter portions, but the Boombox speaker lives up to its name: it's super loud. For those not familiar with it, Google Lens is the AI-powered technology that uses the camera and deep machine learning to detect and analyze an object, then suggesting actions. As you can see, the smartphone has a "bezel-less" design, with the screen having rounded corners (and no notch). This feature first came on the LG G2, but was quickly adopted by many others and is nearly seen as a standard now in Android land. It was polarizing and the reason for that must have been that for the first time, LG used a leather back cover for this phone. The camera on the phone has AI Cam which has 19 shooting modes and smart image recognition.

The phone also remained one of the few phones at the time with a removable battery and a microSD card support, two power user features that were quickly disappearing from flagship phones. The rear shows horizontally mounted camera lenses, rather than vertically stacked as on the G7 ThinQ.


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