It has a quad-DAC system for sensational headphone audio, the same sound quality which one can get from the last year's LG G6 or V30/V30S smartphones.

Earlier this week, LG officially announced the G7 ThinQ, but for fans of the device under AT&T's umbrella, it wasn't all good news.

Android Headlines Has acquired a couple of images of the phone, which are believed to be AT&T specific renders lending weight to the thought that it could be an AT&T exclusive, in the States at least.

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The LG V35 ThinQ is IP68 certified for water and dust resistance and it has been MIL-STD 810G certified. The rear shows horizontally mounted camera lenses, rather than vertically stacked as on the G7 ThinQ. The outer casing is said to feature a "premium, glossy finish" in Black or Gray colors. We recently learnt that AT&T is not bringing the G7 ThinQ to the U.S., and it will instead launch an alternative - exclusive to the mobile carrier. The LG V35 ThinQ is already in development and some of its specifications have been leaked. At the top left of the screen, you will see that the device is running on AT&T. However, LG has spoken about plans to release more phones, potentially with fewer major alterations, at shorter annual intervals. Despite the "Super Bright" mode available on that display, many still prefer OLED panels.

The "ThinQ" in the V35's name also signifies we can expect the artificial intelligence from the V30S ThinQ to return, and that means some additional camera smarts. The device is expected to arrive this summer on August 10 to be more precise. As per the renders, the LG V35 will not sport a notch, but will get a display with an 18:9 aspect ratio. The smartphone is one of the first to support Google Lens, which uses artificial intelligence and computer vision inside Google Assistant and Google Photos to give users more information about landmarks.

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