Crescentmage, 26 Jun 2018As far as I can tell from LG’s site, this phone has 22 LTE bands and yet does not have band 71... moreYou dont even read. It just went live on Project Fi. What part of that you dont understand? Project Fi by Google is using both Wi-Fi and cellular networks belonging to Sprint, T-Mobile, U.S. Cellular & Three.
Ken Malaysia, 26 Jun 2018wow,900$ is expensive =_=Meh, I guarantee it'll go down to 700 within two weeks, 500 within 2 months
Luxor, 26 Jun 2018This LG V35 ThinQ is actually really good. It have a lot of things normal flagship dont really... moreTo bad they didn't update the drivers. All V30 are still running the release Snapdragon drivers for example...
Luxor, 26 Jun 2018This LG V35 ThinQ is actually really good. It have a lot of things normal flagship dont really... moreLG V20 is still the best phone from LG I've ever seen IMO.
I'm not a fan of glass, and this phone still delivers a punch on the market. I'm calling it as the "Multimedia Monster".
Good. Now I'll wait for the price to drop and probably make this my flagship. I don't like glass, but no notch, has a headphone jack, easy bootloader code.
As far as I can tell from LG’s site, this phone has 22 LTE bands and yet does not have band 71, which is necessary for nearly all of the new coverage T-Mobile has rolled out in the past year, and should be a dealbreaker for anyone on T-Mobile looking to buy a flagship phone. LG, you disappoint me (but what else is new).
Imperator Neubaticus, 26 Jun 2018Diehard lg fans. It's not practical, doesn't offer anything that makes it an obvious alternati... moreThis LG V35 ThinQ is actually really good. It have a lot of things normal flagship dont really offer. For a starter the base model is a 6gb ram with 64gb internal. With dedicated slot on a flagship! Yeah, you dont see that everyday. IP68 and a rugged military rating too. Have you seen the QHD+ screen. Other than Samsung no one else offer that resolution. The well loved 3.5mm audio jack and FM radio also there. Hard to argue with the price tag. It got everything that most flagship nowadays lacks.
The Project Fi phone is basically the unlocked version. No carrier bloat and can be used on any carrier. So makes sense to sell it on LG's website as well.
LG always coming to the market with flagships late compared to competitors. Then pricing it waay too high for what it's worth.
They no longer produce the best camera technology, screens are not to grade and SoC are 6 months old. Why would someone pay premium for such a device..
Diehard lg fans. It's not practical, doesn't offer anything that makes it an obvious alternative to other high-priced flagships. The note8 has the s pen, iphone x has its ecosystem, even the p20 pro has camera enthusiast incentives. The v30 just doesn't deliver an experience as rich as the competition. The audio capabilities are impressive, but come on, how many people in the world actually buy a phone for its speakers?