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LG V35 ThinQ: skip it except for one reason

LG V35 ThinQ: skip it except for one reason

LG has a very odd strategy this year. It delayed the launch of its flagship phone, the LG G7 ThinQ but has littered the market with LG V30 variants. And, not so surprisingly, it wasn't done yet. It just announced the LG V35 ThinQ, whose spec sheet looks eerily familiar. Compared to the V30 and V30S ThinQ, it's definitely an upgrade. But in light of the company's G series flagship, it is a confusing option that's almost telling users in their faces that they'll have to pay extra just to get rid of a much debated design.

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AT&T gets LG V35 ThinQ after skipping G7 [Updated]

AT&T gets LG V35 ThinQ after skipping G7 [Updated]

The new LG V35 ThinQ will launch on AT&T in early June in the US, the carrier has confirmed, helping explain why it opted out of picking up the LG G7 ThinQ earlier this month. The new smartphone, latest in the company's V series, is closer to the G7 than the name would suggest, however.

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Google Pixel 3 XL display deal leaked

Google Pixel 3 XL display deal leaked

This week the folks at Google and LG Display seem to have revealed their hand for the Pixel 3. Or at least the Pixel 3 XL, if not both the XL and the standard device, that is to say. According to a report from Digital Daily News reporter Shihwan Lee in South Korea, Google's next batch of displays for their next collection of phones is coming from LG Display, and it's already ordered.

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LG V35 ThinQ borrows G7 tech but dumps the notch

LG V35 ThinQ borrows G7 tech but dumps the notch

The latest in LG's Android V series has broken cover, with the LG V35 ThinQ borrowing the AI-minded branding of its siblings along with the G7 ThinQ's twin camera setup. More important for some, there's also no notched display.

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LG adds Alexa to its 2018 AI TVs

LG adds Alexa to its 2018 AI TVs

Amazon Alexa is continuing its dominance of all things IoT related by spreading to a new family of devices today. This time around, it's LG launching Alexa integration for its 2018 AI-enabled TVs. Specifically, the company says that Alexa will be available on 2018 OLED TVs and Super UHD TVs, or at least the ones that support the company's AI ThinQ platform.

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LG K30 now on Amazon Prime Exclusives

LG K30 now on Amazon Prime Exclusives

Most US consumers still get their phones from carriers because of subsidies. It makes the purchase feel less expensive than it really is, even if the total is almost always a lot more than retail. OEMs and retailers have tried to come up with ways to wean buyers away from that tradition. Amazon's answer is the somewhat controversial Prime Exclusives phones, which now welcome the already budget-friendly LG K30 among its ranks.

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LG Q7 tempts the mid-range with Quad DAC and QLens

LG Q7 tempts the mid-range with Quad DAC and QLens

While most people might have eyes on the incoming launch of the LG G7 ThinQ, today the company is also bolstering its mid-range Q line. LG has announced the Q7, which claims to further blur the line behind mid-range and high-end devices. In fact, there are three different models being announced today: The standard Q7, Q7α, and the Q7+.

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T-Mobile LG G7 ThinQ price is unbelievable

T-Mobile LG G7 ThinQ price is unbelievable

The LG G7 ThinQ is on the horizon, which means that it's time for carriers to begin announcing the deals and promotions they'll offer on the phone. T-Mobile, like it does with a lot of flagship phones, revealed today that it'll be running a buy one, get one free promotion on the LG G7 ThinQ. While we've come to expect such promotions from T-Mobile, the pricing it's given the G7 ThinQ leaves us scratching our heads.

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LG V35 ThinQ leak might offer hope for notch haters

LG V35 ThinQ leak might offer hope for notch haters

There were rumors that LG, like HTC, would be cutting down on its flagship devices this year. Apparently that's not entirely true. While LG has yet to actually show any sign of having something for later this year, like an LG V40, it isn't done with modifying last year's V series phone. After the LG V30 and the LG V30S ThinQ comes the LG V35 ThinQ. And if this leaked spec list is true, it's going to be an LG G7 ThinQ in a V30's clothing.

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Why LG TV’s Google Assistant in 2018 is a big deal

Why LG TV’s Google Assistant in 2018 is a big deal

A bunch of new LG ThinQ TVs were announced this week at Google IO 2018. This isn't the first we've heard of this connection - it's just that now, it's for realz. It's a strange thing, announcing once back at CES 2018 that LG and Google had plans to do this, then again, now, when Google and LG confirmed that, yes, they are indeed going to push that Google Assistant to the LG TVs that are otherwise branded LG OLED TV AI ThinQ.

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T-Mobile LG V30/V30+ Android Oreo update has a small catch

T-Mobile LG V30/V30+ Android Oreo update has a small catch

With the launch of the LG G7 ThinQ, some might despair that LG will start to have selective amnesia over its previous phones. Luckily, LG is trying to turn over a new leaf and even established a new center dedicated solely to speeding up software updates. Last year's LG V30 and V30+ just recently got its Android 8.0 Oreo update from carriers like Verizon and AT&T, and now T-Mobile is doing the same with one catch: you have to manually install the update.

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LG K30 makes budget-friendly US debut on T-Mobile

LG K30 makes budget-friendly US debut on T-Mobile

Most of the news on LG this week has been focused on the introduction of the new G7 ThinQ flagship, but the company has another new phone arriving in the US. Dubbed the K30, it's a budget-friendly, midrange device that's an updated version of the K10, which was announced at this year's Mobile World Congress back in February, and it's being offered by T-Mobile.

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