The LG V30S ThinQ isn't a completely new phone, but there are enough new goodies to warrant taking another look at its camera, ahead of a deeper dive on the phone in its entirety. We know it has a fantastic range of features for mobile videographers and vloggers -- arguably the new 256GB storage option is aimed at these users. Show More Summary
LG unveiled a not-quite-new handset at Mobile World Congress, a version of its V30 flagship, the ThinQ, with AI cameras and more memory.
As expected, LG has injected more smarts into its flagship smartphone. Users of the new V30S ThinQ and the V30S+ ThinQ phones will get an AI assist when using some of the commonly-used features of the camera, as well as be able to do...Show More Summary
Earlier this month, LG revealed that it planned to follow up its immensely capable V30 handset from 2017 with AI-powered camera tech. Now, it’s unveiled what you might call new wine in an old bottle. Unveiled at MWC 2018, the LG V30S...Show More Summary
The "new" LG V30S+ ThinQ is really just a couple of interesting camera modes disguised as a phone.
BARCELONA, ESP — At Mobile World Congress this year, LG introduced the V30S ThinQ, the new flagship for the company. The new handset builds upon the V30 launched in October, but has added features, such as the introduction of a version...Show More Summary
The V30S is a commendable phone that nobody's going to care about after today. Leaving aside the ridiculous nine-syllable name, the LG V30 S+ ThinQ — or simply V30 S ThinQ if you're talking about the 128GB model, or LG V30 S if you want to preserve your sanity — is a solid mid-cycle refresh of yet another underappreciated LG phone. Show More Summary
LG today updated its V30 smartphone with several new features and is now calling it the V30S ThinQ. The majority of specs of the phone are unchanged. The V30S ThinQ includes 6 GB of RAM and 128 GB of storage, while the V30S+ ThinQ includes 6 GB of RAM and 256 GB of storage. Show More Summary
LG took the wraps off its old-but-new phone for 2018 tonight to kick off MWC 2018, the LG V30S ThinQ. That’s actually the name too, I didn’t just make that up. It’s called the LG V30S ThinQ, plus there is another version called the LG V30S+ ThinQ. To save us all from stabbing our own … Continued LG’s V30S ThinQ is Official, and Guys, It has AI is a post from: Droid Life
Welcome to LG’s new smartphone strategy. A new flagship every year, followed by an incremental upgrade six months later. It’s a strange approach that’s sure to annoy early adopters, but LG’s certainly not the first to adopt the strategy — it’s in-line with the sort of thing OnePlus, among others, have been doing for a while now. The first such handset from… Read More
LG struggles with consistency. The company has had some hit devices like the G3 and G4 (apart from the bootlooping issues), as well as the V line of smartphones. But the company’s past two flagship devices, the G5 and the G6 have met lukewarm customer interest. The company’s recent
The V30S brings the ThinQ brand to LG's phone lineup. There's something about a new phone. It gleams, free of fingerprints, as you gingerly take it from its box. The accessories, perfectly wrapped, have infinite potential. You turn it on and it boots to a clean home screen, ready for you to make it — anything. Show More Summary
The recently announced LG V30S ThinQ is basically just a V30 with more RAM and storage and some new AI and camera software that'll be back-ported to existing V30s handsets.
In the midst of a tricky fiscal year, LG decided to run with a new strategy: cook up interim smartphones to sell between its major flagship releases. The plan was based in part on the surprising success of phones like the X cam, and since the company needed to try something different, it pressed on with its experiment. And lo, the LG V30S ThinQ was born.
LG didn't unveil a new G-series phone to Mobile World Congress, but it did take last year's LG V30 and give it a bit more.
The smartphone is part of LG's new strategy of offering more frequent, minor upgrades to flagship devices.
At Mobile World Congress 2018 in Barcelona this weekend, LG will be unveiling the LG V30S ThinQ. We got a peek at the release a bit early. Here is everything we know, minus pricing and release details. As the name implies, the new device does not look significantly different than the LG V30 it succeeds. […]
As CES 2018 kicks into gear, LG isn’t shying away from its announcements. Just a short while ago, the company announced its ThinQ TV line, which features the Google Assistant built in. Now the company is unveiling a vibrant new color option [...]