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Thread: AT&T Exclusive: The LG V35 ThinQ is an LG G7 with an OLED screen but no notch: $900

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    AT&T Exclusive: The LG V35 ThinQ is an LG G7 with an OLED screen but no notch: $900

    https://www.xda-developers.com/lg-v35-thinq-announced/

    The LG V35 ThinQ has popped up on our radar a few times in the last couple of months. Today, LG has made the device official.

    The previous reports were all true: it has an OLED display without a display notch and it’s exclusive to AT&T. This is the third V Series phone LG has launched in less than a year, and they all look basically the same.
    LG G7 vs LG V35

    The LG G7 was announced earlier this very month, so naturally, people are going to compare the two devices. The most noticeable differences are found in the display.

    V35 Display: OLED, 6-inch, 18:9, no notch
    G7 Display: LCD, 6.1-inch, 19.5:9, notch

    The V35 has 6GB of RAM, while the G7 has 4GB. LG also put a slightly bigger battery in the V35: 3,300 mAh vs 3,000 mAh. One thing that the G7 still has on the V35 is the “Boom Box” speaker.

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    Pricing

    The LG V35 looks like an excellent phone on paper, but one thing will likely hold it back. AT&T is pricing the phone at a whopping $900.

    Pre-orders will kick off on Friday and it will be available in stores on June 8th.

    Specs

    Display: 6-inch, OLED, 18:9, QuadHD+
    Chipset: Qualcomm Snapdragon 845
    Memory: 6GB
    Storage: 64GB/128GB, microSD slot
    Camera: Rear: Dual 16MP, Wide Angle (f1.9 / 107 degrees) / Standard Angle (f1.6 / 71 degrees) /Front: 8MP (f1.9 / 80 degrees)
    OS: Android 8.0 Oreo
    Battery: 3,300 mAh
    Size: 151.7 x 75.4 x 7.3mm, 157 g
    Network: LTE-A 4 Band CA
    Connectivity: Wi-Fi 802.11 a, b, g, n, ac / Bluetooth 5.0 BLE / NFC / USB Type-C 2.0 (3.1 compatible)
    Colors: Black, Gray
    Misc: Quick Charge 3.0, Wireless Charging, Fingerprint sensor, IP68, 32-bit HiFi Quad DAC, FM Radio
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    Ha! Funny. I happen to be working on a commerical right now for this phone.
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    Quote Originally Posted by astrand1 View Post
    Ha! Funny. I happen to be working on a commerical right now for this phone.
    Lucky guy

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    Potentially interested, but $900... damn. I'm fine with flagships having premium prices, but does LG really have to follow in Apple and Samsung's footsteps? For several years I've been buying LG because of being 'good enough' while noticeably cheaper than Samsung.

    At least there's no notch.
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    Exclusive?? I believe Project Fi just announced the same phone as coming available for their service.
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    I'll be curious whether there will be any differences (bands supported) between the AT&T version and the Fi version.

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