Like Sony, LG seems to think releasing more smartphones is the way to profit. The South Korean company looks to preparing yet another high-end “flagship” device to launch before year’s end. LG has been struggling to earn a profit from its mobile sector, and will need to do something substantially different, and I mean substantially, if it is to get fans excited, turn things around and keep producing phones.
We’ve been hearing about the possibility of an LG smartwatch for a few months now. However, we are yet to see any images or leaked photos of the watch. LG might be keeping it a secret, but nobody can hide from the FCC. A few days ago, a mysterious LG watch made its way to the FCC, leaking some information with its certification documents.
In early May, LG started what became flagship smartphone season with its G7 ThinQ. The handset is only now reaching markets around the world, yet LG unfolded a new flagship device just last week. LG V35 ThinQ starts shipping today and is exclusive to AT&T in the US. The phone features a lot of the same as G7 ThinQ, only with V-Series branding.
A picture has leaked showcasing an upcoming LG smartphone we heard about in a recent report. The device in the leak is expected to be another flagship tier from the South Korean company and could get its feet wet on AT&T later this year. The LG V35 could launch alongside an LG V40 to up the game brought on by the newly announced LG G7 ThinQ.
LG just finished wrapping up its big LG G7 ThinQ launch, and rumors have already begun swirling around a possible LG V Series flagship coming later this year in addittion to a hybrid Wear OS smartwatch that could arrive sooner. LG V35 ThinQ could succeed the LG V30 and newer LG V30S ThinQ bringing with it LG’s rather new ThinQ branding. This is an unconfirmed smartphone from LG and was first reported by Android Headlines by way of leaked LG documentation.
LG has never been the best provider of on-time Android software updates over-the-air for its mobile devices. Reason being the company’s large collection of devices, all with different Android versions and varying software features. Not to mention, LG’s skin is also on the heavier side despite some refining over the years on flagship models. But to help all of that, LG announced ‘Software Upgrade Center’ this week.
The standard version of LG V30 has been modified to make the LG V30S ThinQ and LG V30S+ ThinQ. Yeah, that’s the name of LG’s newest phones, and they debuted at MWC 2018 in Barcelona this week as we expected alongside many smartphones from other companies. Here’s a rundown.
LG didn’t announce a flagship smartphone at CES 2018, and at MWC 2018 next week, the company will show off new shades of previous smartphones and introduce only a revamped LG V30 Considering all we know about LG including their struggling mobile division, this is definitely not a good sign to start the year.