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June 1, 2018

Is the LG V35 worth its $900 asking price?

by John_A

Checking in with the AC forums.

On May 30, LG announced a brand new flagship called the V35 ThinQ. The phone’s a mashup between the LG G7 and the V30, using the V30’s design and notch-free display with the G7’s upgraded internals and cameras.

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It’s an interesting mix, to say the least, but one that’ll cost you a pretty penny. The V35 will set you back $900 on AT&T and Project Fi (the two carriers it’s being sold at), and with a price that large, phones like the Galaxy S9 and Pixel 2 easily undercut it between $200 and $300.

With that being the case, are you even considering buying the V35 ThinQ? Our forum users recently answered this very question, and this is what they had to say.

avatar758074_111.gifAlmeuit
05-30-2018 11:36 AM

$900? LOL.

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avatar120122_43.gifLaura Knotek
05-30-2018 05:21 PM

This is way too overpriced for a carrier-exclusive device. $600 would be a more reasonable price.

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default.jpgeric12341
05-30-2018 03:40 PM

$100 cheaper than the iPhone X and is more capable.

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avatar664957_7.gifScottsoNJ
05-30-2018 12:34 PM

for the first 2 weeks. After that it will $699…. if they plan to sell any phones that is

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What do you think? Is the V35 worth $900?

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