LG is one of a handful of smartphone OEMs that have been having a hard time bringing in a profit. This has caused the company to take a new stance when it comes to releasing yearly flagship smartphones in an attempt to save some money. We have been told that LG likes the idea of keeping their main flagships in the spotlight until they feel the company is ready to release their successors. The company says they will be more inclined to release multiple variants of their current flagship instead of releasing a new one on schedule every year. We’ve already seen this with the LG V series and now we’re able to see what the upcoming LG V35 ThinQ will look like, thanks to the Wireless Power Consortium.
- Previous reports have revealed what hardware LG is going with in their upcoming LG V35 ThinQ.
- The FullVision display is said to have a diagonal of 6″ with a Quad HD resolution and P-OLED technology.
- The V35 ThinQ is said to have the same 16MP + 16MP dual camera setup on the back
- Image shows LG is staying away from the notch this time around.
We see a lot of the same design elements in this photo of the LG V35 ThinQ as we’ve seen in the Pixel 2 XL. The side bezels are kept extra slim with what looks like 2.5D glass on top of the display. Instead of opting for the trendy notch design LG seems to be keeping the top and bottom bezels as slim as possible while having enough room for the speaker, sensors, etc. AT&T chose not to sell the LG G7 ThinQ but one rumor from AndroidHeadlines says the wireless carrier will be carrying the LG V35 ThinQ.