LG today unveiled the V35 ThinQ, a slight refresh to its V30 from last year. The handset features the same design as the V30 but comes with faster internals and an improved camera along with more AI features.
LG is certainly no stranger to mid-range smartphones, and its bolstering its lineup with a trio of new devices.
As is par for the course with most major new device announcements, the wireless carriers in the United States go about their business announcing support and launch dates.
After months of leaks, LG has unveiled its next flagship handset: the G7 ThinQ. The handset is based on the V30 from last year, but LG has improved it in every key aspect to ensure it remains competitive with smartphones released in 2018. But has LG reintroduced the IR blaster on the G7?
LG is working on a new smartwatch running Wear OS. But unlike previous smartwatches from the company, this one will be a hybrid. Dubbed the LG Watch Timepiece, it will feature a 1.2-inch circular display with a 360 x 360 resolution and analog watch hands over it.
The Life’s Good crew is going to announce the upcoming G7 ThinQ on May 2, but the rumor mill continues to churn out new stuff to stare at well in advance.
On May 2, LG is going to announce its newest flagship smartphone, what is known as the G7 ThinQ. Before that happens, though, the rumor mill is working tirelessly to ruin every bit of surprise it can.
LG is going to launch its next flagship smartphone, the G7 ThinQ, on May 2. When it does, we may see the first smartphone with a dedicated Google Assistant button.
In a bid to speed up software updates for its devices, LG today opened a global Software Upgrade Center in South Korea. This is LG’s first such facility that is focused on providing LG smartphone owners to roll out software updates on a timely and speedy manner.
LG only had a variant of the V30 to announce at this year’s Mobile World Congress, but the company actually brought with it at least one variant of the G7 that it wasn’t really ready to talk about.