Since the LG V30S ThinQ just started on pre-orders in the US, it is time to move on to the next iteration. That would be the LG V35 ThinQ. First images of the flagship handset have just been exposed today by Android Headlines. This follows Evan Blass’ previous tweet when he confirmed the existence of such a device. The publication has also revealed a number of features of the LG V35 ThinQ along with renders.
Interestingly, the source also believes that the handset will be AT&T exclusive. This is their deduction is in light of the fact that the G7 ThinQ will not be sold by the carrier, and not by any official confirmation. This is further backed by reports that the LG V40 is expected to arrive after the LG V35 codenamed “Emma”. The render shows an August 10 date which could very well be a launch date of the handset. The LG V40 codenamed “Storm” will be available on all US carriers, unlike the LG V40.
From what is in the renders, we can confirm a number of things. For one, it won’t have a notch, but it will have a dual camera setup at the back. A number of features that have been confirmed earlier include a 6.0-inch QHD+ OLED display with an 80 percent screen-to-body ratio. It will also get a 32-bit Hi-Fi Quad DAC that brought next level sound quality to the LG V30.
It remains to be seen how LG differentiates between the so many ThinQs now in its portfolio. For now, it looks like LG is just cluttering its whole flagship series of phones with so many variants.