LG V35 ThinQ Is the Consolation Prize for AT&T Customers

LG V35 ThinQ Is the Consolation Prize for AT&T Customers

If the LG G7 ThinQ got you all excited when it was announced, but the “Verizon-only” made the AT&T customer in you sad, you’ll be glad to know that you’ll soon be able to get your hands on something similar. Of course, similar does not equal same, but the AT&T LG V35 ThinQ is very close.

At 6″, the LG V35 ThinQ has a slightly smaller screen than its 6.1″ G7 ThinQ cousin, and while you’ll have to make do with a slightly lower resolution, in return you’ll get a slightly larger 3,300mAh battery and 6GB vs 4GB of RAM. Fair trade? You bet!

LG V35 ThinQ Is the Consolation Prize for AT&T Customers

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The LG V35 ThinQ is composed of aluminum and glass, so it’s got that premium feel we all love. It’s IP68 dust and water-resistant, and it’s running a Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 processor — just like the LG G7 ThinQ. If you’ve been wondering about that new-fangled AI that so many phones are starting to sport, you’ll be happy to know that it’s in the LG V35 ThinQ, as well. How does that translate to real use? Well, for starters, when you point the V35 ThinQ ‘s camera at your subject, it will know whether you are photographing your sweetheart or a plate of food, and the camera will adjust and optimize itself accordingly.

Just like the LG G7 ThinQ, the LG V35 ThinQ has an always-on display and dual 16-megapixel cameras. One of them has a wide-angle lens, so you’ll be able to get everything in your shots rather than having to move further away.

You’ll be able to pre-order your LG V35 ThinQ starting on June 1st, and you’ll be able to walk into AT&T to fondle and purchase on June 8th. We don’t have pricing information yet, but I’ll update as soon as that’s available.

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Judie is the co-owner and Editor-in-Chief of Gear Diary, which she founded in September 2006. She started in 1999 writing software reviews at the now-defunct smaller.com; from mid-2000 through 2006, she wrote hardware reviews for and co-edited at The Gadgeteer. A recipient of the Sigma Kappa Colby Award for Technology, Judie is best known for her device-agnostic approach, deep-dive reviews, and enjoyment of exploring the latest tech, gadgets, and gear.