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LG V35 listing confirms design and wireless charging capabilities
- A new image of the upcoming LG V35 shows what the device will look like from the front.
- The picture is part of a listing on the Wireless Power Consortium website, confirming that the V35 will support wireless charging.
- It is rumored that LG will release the device next month.
An image of the upcoming LG V35 has been found on the Wireless Power Consortium website. The image (via @evleaks) shows the front of the phone, revealing that it won’t have a controversial notch. As the picture is on the Qi wireless power standard website, it also confirms that the device will support wireless charging.
The leak is the first info to come from an official source and it fits in with previous rumors. In the image accompanying the post, the device looks the same as it did in the renders that were leaked three weeks ago. As expected, it is pretty similar to last year’s LG V30 with a large display taking up most of the front. Unlike the recently released LG G7, there is no notch.
PSA: That “live image” of the LG V35 (Emma) comes from the Wireless Power Consortium database, which has nearly a dozen variants listed. pic.twitter.com/rp3G061LW0— Evan Blass (@evleaks) May 24, 2018
As for wireless charging, the LG V30 was the first phone to feature the Qi wireless charging standard “Extended Power Profile” and the LG V35 will also include this.
Finally, the listing appears to suggest LG will drop the ThinQ name for the upcoming device as the brand name is simply listed as “V35,” which would line up with a report from just a few days ago. However, the LG G7 ThinQ listings on the website only refer to the device as the “G7” too, so the question remains.
Other rumors have suggested that the phone will have 6GB RAM, 64GB Storage, an 8MP f/1.9 front camera, a dual 16MP rear camera with a 107-degree wide-angle lens, a 3300mAh battery, and a 6-inch QHD+ OLED display.
LG has not provided a release date for the device, although it is expected to arrive in South Korea next month.