A Few hours ago, Evan Blass just posted a tweet in which he said that LG will introduce two new devices at the same time: V35 ThinQ and LG G7 ThinQ.
V35 ThinQ has the codename Emma, LG G7 ThinQ is codenamed Neo/Judy and the next smartphone planned for the second half of the year, LG V40 ThinQ is codenamed Storm.
So, we might see both V35 ThinQ and LG G7 ThinQ introduced in late summer or at the beginning of the fall. Moreover, Blass said that LG also plans to also announce a flagship smartphone in late summer or early fall. Looking back at last year’s announcement, it resembles the period when LG V30 was announced.
The Looks: ‘Emma’ and ‘Neo/Judy’
While there is no information on the Storm handheld device, there are tons of information on both Emma and Neo/Judy.
Keep in mind we have no chron-text in relation to this fall’s V release. @Androidheadline also reportedly has confidence on a V35 ThinQ, though that, too, is an undated entity. https://t.co/uyUonfpVDb
— Jules Wang (@PointJules) April 20, 2018
The LG G7 ThinQ is the successor of last year’s flagship smartphone – the LG G6. There is no official date of launch, but we know how the device looks on the outside and on the inside.
It will have a display notch, very thin bezels on top and bottom, and it will come in different colors: Aurora Black, Platinum Gray, Moroccan Blue, Moroccan Blue (a Matte version), and Raspberry Rose.
The dual camera setup on the rear will be vertically-aligned, above the fingerprint scanner, on a curved back.
On the inside, LG focused on AI for their G7 ThinQ – that’s why it’s called ThinQ. Its camera will use the AI, offering the ‘AI Cam’ feature that offers four ‘enhanced filter options’ and boosts images. And the list of features and options could go on, but let’s talk about the LG V35 ThinQ now.
The LG V35 ThinQ will come with a QHD+ OLED display measuring 6 inches. On its rear there are two 16 MP cameras, similar to the camera setup in the previous LG devices – one camera has the standard lens and the other has a wide-angle lens. The main camera has a f/1.6 aperture lens and will also include the ‘AI Cam’ feature, just like its sister Emma.