LG V35 ThinQ
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LG V35 ThinQ comes as a modern phone that delivers on its promises. It has a signature LG design which is easy to handle and quite ergonomic. Plus, it is powered by an efficient processor which makes multitasking easy and lightning fast.
LG has found a design that works. While similar to its predecessor, the design of LG V35 ThinQ is quite robust and premium, it has an ergonomic advantage and is comfortable to carry, without feeling it dig into your palms. It also has a fingerprint reader which works fast.
LG V35 ThinQ is fitted with one of the best Snapdragon chipsets. This processor works fast and can handle anything that is thrown at it. It does not falter even when it came to heavy games and paired with a 6GB RAM; it promises fluid multitasking.
LG V35 ThinQ offers everything a V-series should provide. It has a good design, an OLED display and a great processor. It lags slightly due to its poor cameras, but that is one drawback in an overall sturdy phone. It is a recommended buy for any user who wants premium power in their hands, along with the LG tag.
LG V35 ThinQ tries to define the market with its innovation and premium features. Priced at Rs. 60,990, it is a phone that can easily beat its competitors and stand out in the competitive flagship market.
LG V35 ThinQ acts as a true V-series phone which delivers the top aspects at a cheaper-than-flagship price. It has excellent performance, handy design and a bright OLED screen. The battery fitted in it is long-lasting as well. It is an easy choice for any LG loyalists, as this phone will not disappoint.
The LG V35 ThinQ goes for a clean and straightforward look. The whole body is covered with glass which slides into the aluminium frame. It sits well in hand without digging in the palms. On the rear panel, you find a dual camera sensor which is placed above the snappy circular fingerprint reader. The phone has the volume rocker buttons at the left side, and it arrives with the USB-C port which helps with charging. The headphone jack is also present on this phone which makes it an excellent set for any average user. On the whole, it is a smart looking phone and does come with an aesthetic design.
The LG V35 ThinQ has a stunning 6-inch OLED with an 18:9 aspect ratio and a 2,880×1,440 display resolution with 538 pixels per inch. The OLED screen makes the blacks quite deep, and the colours are quite well saturated. It has excellent viewing angles, and the bezel-less screen helps to provide an immersive experience. It also comes with fantastic sunlight legibility due to its bright display. You won’t have a problem reading on it when you are out in the day time.
One of the most significant difference presents between the V30, and the V35 is the processor that both comes equipped with. The V35 uses the advance 845 chipset which is superior to the V30’s 835 processor. It can handle graphics intensive games like PUBG easily without a problem. Multitasking is a breeze, and even streaming of videos does not lag. Benchmark scores put it at 260,943 which is quite impressive though the Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus can easily beat it. The processor is partnered with a 6GB RAM which helps in the multitasking better. On the whole, it is a very fluid phone.
LG comes with the same camera setup as the flagship LG G7 ThinQ. It comes with a dual camera setup fitted on the rear panel with two 16-MP cameras. The primary lens has an f/1.6 aperture with Optical Image Stabilization (OIS) and also Electronic Image Stabilization (EIS) for good video shooting. The secondary camera comes as a wide-angle camera with an f/1.9 aperture and a 107-degree field of view. The secondary camera adds to the versatility and helps to get fascinating shots. The primary camera helps in getting accurate lighting and strong colours on the photo when the lighting is good.
When the lights get dim, there is a noticeable drop in image quality. The colours remain accurate, but the camera captures a lot of visual noise resulting in a drop of details. By using the Super Bright Camera, this problem could be tackled as the camera combines 4 pixels into one super pixel by taking in more light. However, the exposure messes up in this case, and the resolution drops. Without steady hands, the image can turn out to be blurry.
LG V35 ThinQ comes with a 3,300 mAh battery which is the same as V30. Using a combination of moderate and high use, like playing games, watching YouTube, social media and calling saw that it still had about 35% of battery left at night. A lighter use can get you one and a half day worth of battery. Plus, it comes with the Qualcomm Quick Charge 3.0 which makes the charging fast. It also supports the Qi standard wireless charging which may not be as fast as the fast charging tech but is a great addition.
The LG V35 ThinQ is a great phone which can keep up with its flagship rivals. It has a great processor and a good battery paired with the processor. Also, the OLED display is quite bright and produces lovely colours. However, it lags in the camera department. Samsung Galaxy S9 is a better phone to go for if you have an inclination towards photography. If you want to have the LG flagship Boombox speaker, then LG G7 is a great catch. Otherwise, the V35 ThinQ is quite adequate and a great model to go for.