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LG May Release a V35 ThinQ with Dual 16MP Cameras and No Notch

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LG’s V30 was somewhat of a hit amongst reviewers (including myself) and the V30S ThinQ simply improved on what was already great about the handset. Now, it looks like LG may be bumping the device up even further as a new report suggests we may see a phone called the V35 ThinQ in the near future, possibly alongside the upcoming G7 that’s scheduled to debut May 2nd.

According to Android Headlines, the V35 will come with a 6-inch Quad HD+ display which, if I had to take a guess, is the same screen from the existing V30. It won’t include a notch like the G7, luckily, so those who may not be a fan of the design aesthetic will be pleased in this department.

On the back, the V35 will reportedly come with dual 16MP cameras, the same setup the G7 will arrive with. Similar to the V30, the V35 will have one main shooter and a secondary wide-angle lens with a 107-degree field of view. For reference, the V30 and V30S have a 120-degree field of view 13MP shooter. It’ll also supposedly come with 10-bit HDR compatibility.

Android Headlines also indicates the V35 will focus heavily on AI, hence the ThinQ branding. It’ll pack all the same artificial intelligence features as the G7 such as AI Cam, Google Assistant, and Google Lens. Right now, it remains unclear how much more AI will be packed into the device, but we can assume some unknown new features will also arrive.

Finally, the V35 is said to also come with a 32-bit hi-fi quad DAC much like the rest of the V series. The phone will feature different tools to customize your listening experience and will no doubt also come with a headphone jack.

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According to the report, the V35 ThinQ will come in both Black and Grey when it launches and focus on a design crafted to “fit in the palm of your hand.” This sounds an awful lot like the V30 itself so we’ll have to wait and see if LG actually makes any changes to the overall design. No word on when the phone may launch, but it’s expected we’ll hear something about it in the coming weeks straight from the horse’s mouth.

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