LG V35 ThinQ™ for AT&T Review

Posted on 30 July 2018 Tags: Android, Mobile Phones, smart phones

With beautiful OLED display, handy wide-angle camera, sleek design, and speedy software, LG has introduced v35 ThinQ. The design of the handset is quite similar to the company’s flagship V-series. However, its futuristic specifications are creating a buzz.

ThinQ sports all-glass design and an aluminum frame that makes it a bent and drop resistant device. It is IP60 rated which protects the handset against elements. The developers have opted for rare-mounted finger sensor this time. Some impression of LG’s popular V-series is still there in the device such as 3.5mm headphone jack, supported via a Quad DAC that provides top-notch sound which is nothing less than a treat for die-heart music fans.

V35 features Snapdragon 845 processor which makes it a speedy smartphone. It sports 6GB of RAM, Android 8.0 Oreo operating system along with swift apps launch. It seems like the developers have done significant work to enhance multitasking as the device can handle anything you throw at it.

The new version features a floating bar – the software to hide the traditional Android navigation bar. You can navigate the OS via it without using excess space. Plus, its presence is hidden on the screen. ThinQ comes with 64GB storage and offers MicroSD card slot to upgrade your storage up to 2TB. Moreover, the handset has 3,300mAH battery like its predecessor V30.

You will find various interesting features such as special Google Assistant commands, face unlock and Google Daydream VR which make V35 stand out. Camera quality has always been a crucial factor to look for while investing in a new smartphone. With ThinQ, you will get two 16-megapixel cameras on the rear with the wide-angle lens with a f/1.9 aperture, optical image stabilization, and with a f/1.6 aperture. And, there is a portrait mode also available to improve your photography experience with LG V35 ThinQ.

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