The V35 ThinQ features DTS:X Virtual Surround Sound - a technology that, when properly implemented, tricks the listener's ears into perceiving a surround sound experience through just one speaker or device. It's also available as an unlocked device though, and the big news there is that it's supported by Google's Project Fi.
For those unfamiliar with Project Fi, it's a network that actually consists of multiple networks. Instead, it expects its device offerings to help promote its service. The first is the Moto G6.
"O$3 ne of the top requests that we hear is for more choices of Fi-friendly phones", Google said in a statement. The Moto X4 joined Fi a year ago, but it was still $400. It sold poorly enough that Google often has it on sale for $250-300.
The Moto G6 is available to preorder on the Project Fi website beginning today. That's not bad for $200.
Releasing three flagships phones in 5 months doesn't seem to be the right way to go if you say you plan to launch phones "when it is needed". AT&T, however, didn't want an LED on its next LG smartphone, and the reason behind that was the fact that AT&T is pushing entertainment, and OLED is much better for consuming media from apps like AT&T's DIRECTV NOW, than an LED panel.
Inside the device is Qualcomm's Snapdragon 845 mobile platform and it is paired with 6GB of RAM and 64GB of expandable storage. The displays are also larger and more vibrant.
All in all, this is an LG G7 with a notch-free OLED display.
And the new phones are reasonably priced for what they are. Fi will intelligently switch to the best network depending on your location.