Well, that was fast. We only started hearing gossip of a new ultra-premium LG Signature Edition smartphone a few days ago, and the rebadged, repackaged V35 ThinQ is already official and up for pre-order.
That’s because you can only buy 300 (three hundred) units of this bad boy in just one market – Korea. You also shouldn’t pick this up even if you could, seeing as how it fetches a whopping 1,999,800 won, roughly equating to $ 1,780. That’s more than double the recommended retail price of a “regular” LG V35, and it’s significantly costlier than even Apple’s top-tier iPhone X configuration.
Then again, the Snapdragon 845 SoC has become standard fare in the mainstream high-end mobile arena, and the LG Signature Edition (2018) also borrows the rest of its specs from the V35 ThinQ. That includes dual 16MP rear-facing cameras, a single 8MP front shooter, 6-inch OLED screen with a 2:1 aspect ratio, razor-thin bezels and no notch, a 3300mAh battery, and DTS:X 3D stereo sound functionality.
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