The latest LG flagship was previously available at AT&T and with Google’s Project Fi, also for $899.99. The unlocked model is set to be released soon (B&H doesn’t say exactly when, but LG reportedly said it would be around mid-July) and it’s compatible with all major U.S. carriers.
The LG V35 ThinQ is an improved version of the LG V30 ThinQ, released in March. It comes with a more powerful SoC — a Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 as opposed to the V30’s Snapdragon 835 — and two extra GB of RAM: 6GB instead of 4GB.
The LG V35 also adopts dual 16MP rear cameras and an 8MP front camera, while the V30 has 16MP+13MP rear cameras and a 5MP front snapper.
It’s no doubt a powerful handset, and we like the Daydream View as a freebie, but the $900 price tag still might be too steep considering how many great Android smartphones there are for under $500.
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