LG has also apparently set out its Android Pie update schedule for more devices in its portfolio. Some will have longer to wait than others.
Customers with the Google carrier can get either a $250 service credit or a straight-up $300 savings with the purchase of a new phone.
It has zirconium in it, so you know it's pretty darn luxurious. There's also a pair of active noise-cancelling headphones inside. So... how much?
It's the display. The LCD that is never going to be as colorful as an OLED unit and that had a notch at top. The G7 ThinQ is much unlike the V35 ThinQ.
The company is keeping OLED display technology with its more niche-aligned 'V' series releases as opposed to what's intended to be a mass appeal G7 ThinQ.
There's new intel on what will come after LG's late spring smartphone and, for the most part, it will just be a smartening of the last V-series phone.