Last month we reported a rumor that a phone, dubbed LG V35 ThinQ is arriving. It is expected to be a minor update of the LG V30S ThinQ, which is an modest jump over the LG V30 on its own.
Latest information coming from Android Headlines says the device will be called “AT&T’s LG phone” since the other flagship, the just announced G7 ThinQ, is not arriving at the carrier. The information was accompanied by two renders, showing the V35 ThinQ.
As you can see, the new phone will hardly be any different than the current V30S ThinQ. The difference comes with the wide-angle camera – it is expected to have a 16 MP sensor, instead of a 13 MP one. Everything else should be the same – 6” OLED FullVision display with QHD+ resolution, Google Lens support and Quad DAC audio.
The LG V35 ThinQ will appear in New Platinum Gray and Black colors “this summer” and should pave the way for the LG V40, expected to arrive in the fall of 2018.