LG has only just started rolling out its new flagship, the LG G7 ThinQ, and it appears that the company is not quite done with smartphone releases for this quarter. A new report out of South Korea claims that the company will push forward with the LG V35 launch next month and goes on to claim that the company will actually launch four additional handsets alongside the LG V35 in its home country come June. The new devices will be spread across a range of price points to cater to a larger customer base.
ETnew reports on LG’s purported unusual release schedule, claiming that the LG V35 is going to be launched next month, merely four weeks after the latest flagship was announced. LG is also expected to launch the Q7, Q7 Plus, X5 (2018), and X2 (2018) with the V35 in South Korea next month.
The LG V35 will obviously be the premium option in this new lineup with the other handsets catering to customers in the mid-range and low-end segment of the market. Reports suggest that the LG V35 will have specs similar to that of the LG G7 ThinQ with up to 6GB of RAM, a 3,300mAh battery, and the new artificial intelligence features that the company introduced with its first ThinQ device. It’s unclear if the V35 will be sold out of South Korea but there is some evidence to suggest that it may be launched in other markets as well.
LG has already announced the mid-range Q7 and Q7 Plus so they’re up for release in June. The X5 and X2 (2018) will be new affordable options that are also expected next month. LG hasn’t officially confirmed or denied any of this so far which is why the report should be taken with a grain of salt for now.