LG recently launched its V series flagship phone the LG V30S ThinQ in February, and you would have thought the next release of the V series would be later this year. But LG will be updating the series soon with the new LG V35 ThinQ. It hasn’t been officially announced by LG yet, but the leaks have shown a spec sheet very similar to the G7 ThinQ.
The LG V35 ThinQ would be packing in an amazing 6-inch P-OLED display with a QHD+ resolution of 1440 x 2280 pixels with 80 percent screen to body ratio. The face would be giving an edge-to-edge screen feeling to the user and for users hating the notch on their phones, the V35 would be excluding this feature as per the design leaked early May.
Processor, Ram, and Storage:
The handset will come with a Snapdragon 845 processor, an update from its predecessor having an 835 processor. While the Ram stays the same at 6 GB similar to the V30 along with 128 gigs of storage.
LG V35 ThinQ would be continuing the dual camera trend and have dual cameras of 16-megapixel lenses with f/1.6 apertures at the back of the handset stacked horizontally. Both the cameras will play their individual role as the first is expected to have 10-bit HDR compatibility for better colour capturing, and the second would be serving for as a wide-angle lens. LG opted for an 8-megapixel secondary camera at the front.
System and AI:
The LG V35 ThinQ would be smoothly running Android Oreo 8.1 and would be ready for any OS upgrade due to the spec beast that it is. Furthermore, ThinQ suggests that LG would treat their users with the Artificial Intelligence introduced in the V30. The AI is capable of recognizing objects within the camera’s scope and optimizing the shots for the best picture results. Although the AI was a bit slow in its debut but it is expected to improve in this new V range.
The V range settles to keep the fingerprint sensor at the back of the phone giving a better edge to edge screen effect, while the 3000mAh battery with software optimization is expected to boost battery time. The handset also includes micro SD dedicated card slot supporting up to 400 GB cards.
WOW!! The LG V35 does give one the feeling to just grab it the second it arrives, while many would be waiting out for the V40 which is expected to fall in before Christmas. Let us know whether you would let your heart win the battle over your wallet to be a V35 owner?
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