LG just recently refreshed last year’s LG V30 with more AI camera capabilities as the LG V30S ThinQ. Now new intel suggests the phone will get a hardware update with the LG V35 ThinQ.
LG V30S ThinQ
According to Android Headlines, the phone will stick to a 6 OLED FullVision panel with QHD+ resolution. However it will up the resolution of its wide-angle from 13 MP to 16 MP keeping the f/1.9 aperture lens in front of it. Google Lens support and the AI capabilities for scene recognition that got introduced at MWC 2018 will naturally be on board too.
There is no info if memory will be changed – right now the V30S has 6/128 GB with a version that has the same RAM and twice the storage, available as the LG V30S+ ThinQ. 32-bit Quad DAC also stays the same, but far-field voice recognition now goes up to 17 feet/5 meters.
LG already launched a V35 in some markets, but that was merely a different name for the LG V30. That should cause even more confusion should the V35 ThinQ launch with that exact name.