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LG V35 ThinQ, characteristics, technical sheet and price

27 mayo, 2021

Its existence had been sensing for a long time and finally LG has made the model become an official terminal. The LG V35 ThinQ arrives to get ahead of the V line of the Korean manufacturer, even ahead of the LG V30S that we saw arrive at the last Mobile World Congress and whose main novelty was its last name, the ThinQ that referred to the presence of an artificial intelligence on board.

The new LG V35 ThinQ does the same with this function, and its AI sticks to both the phone itself and its cameras. Now we have intelligent selection of scenes, recognition of objects including faces thanks to the front camera, and other functions. But let’s see how it is, piece by piece, this new leader of LG’s catalog for the remainder of the year. Or, at least, until the LG V40 comes into circulation.

LG V35 ThinQ datasheet

LG V35 ThinQ


6 inch OLED
Aspect 18: 9 FullVision
2,880 x 1,440 pixels


Snapdragon 845
GPU Adreno 630



Internal memory

LG V35: 64GB
LG V35 +: 128GB
MicroSD up to 2TB

Rear camera

16 megapixels f / 1.6
16 megapixels f / 1.9 super wide angle
LED flash

Frontal camera

8 megapixels f / 1.9 Wide angle


3,300 mAh with fast charge


WiFi n / ac
Bluetooth 5.0
USB type C
FM Radio
3.5mm jack

Dimensions and weight

151.7 x 75.4 x 7.3mm
157 grams


Fingerprint reader
32-bit Quad HiFi DAC
DTS: X2D Sorround Sound
Fingerprint reader
Artificial intelligence

Smaller than the LG G7, and without a notch

LG V35 ThinQ

There is no doubt that it is curious to see how the two LG ranges have evolved, so that now the LG V are even smaller than the LG G. The LG G7 is the latest in its line as the LG V35 is its, and we are 6.1 inches versus 6 inches, and even 153 millimeters tall versus 151 millimeters in the V35. The new one is wider, yes.

LG has opted for the OLED for its new LG V35 and the phone arrives with a screen of 6 inches and 18: 9 aspect, “disavowing” in a certain way the use of the notch in the LG G7, and thus giving the panel an 18: 9 aspect with a QHD + resolution. That is, 2,880 x 1,440 pixels, and a density of 537 pixels per inch.

The OLED panel and the lack of ‘notch’ are the main differences between the V35 and the G7

At the forefront of operations, the most powerful Snapdragon of the moment, the Snapdragon 845. With an Adreno 630 GPU to lend a hand on all things graphics and with a single option in RAM, but two in internal storage. Thus, we will have 6GB for RAM and both 64GB and 128GB in internal memory. The latter, as usual in LG, receives the surname Plus, although both can grow thanks to a microSD that will not be able to exceed 2TB.

We see almost identical cameras on both models. A pair of 16 megapixel sensors on the back, one of which has a lens with aperture f / 1.6 and the other with aperture f / 1.9, the latter also being a wide angle with 107º field of view. On the front, 8 megapixels f / 1.9 and 80º, in addition to the help of artificial intelligence discussed above.

The phone lands with 3,300 mAh battery with Quick Charge 3.0 fast charge and it has interesting additions in terms of audio. From 32-bit Quad QAD for high fidelity sound to DTS: X sound support for immersive audio simulation. We also have a fingerprint reader and NFC chip, so hello LG Pay and Android Pay, and added wireless charging thanks to the placement of its glass back.

LG V35 ThinQ, versions and prices

Lg V35 Thinq

As we mentioned before, in the LG V35 ThinQ we find a single variant in RAM but with two options in internal storage. So we have an LG V35 ThinQ with 6 / 64GB and another V35 ThinQ with 6 / 128GB with surname Plus or +. Regarding availability and prices, nothing is known yet. LG will announce it later and, as usual, it will be a specific price for each market in which it is offered for sale.

Via | LG
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