LG V30S ThinQ: LG’s smartest phone
He LG V30S ThinQ It is a vitamin version of the LG V30. From the Korean company they intend that their work in artificial intelligence on mobile phones allows them to enhance day-to-day tasks to achieve a better user experience. Because of this, they have been working on ThinQ, a brand that identifies its products with artificial intelligence.
In the case of LG V30S, we find two fundamental pillars when it comes to helping the user in their day to day: Vision AI and Voice AI. Respectively, it is about offering a better camera experience and a better list of commands with which to control your mobile phone.
Vision AI: Intuitive photography for the LG V30S ThinQ
Vision AI It is the part of ThinQ focused on improving the photographs of the LG V30S. The company highlights three new sections: AI CAM, QLens and Bright Mode. They automate and improve images for all types of users.
AI CAM It is dedicated to analyzing the image and deciding for the user which photography mode is best among the eight available. QLens is image recognition, and provides the ability to scan QR codes to improve the shopping experience or perform image searches identifying similar elements, Google Lens style. Finally, Bright mode It does what its name suggests – enhancing low-light photography.
Voice AI: ok LG, work for me
Voice AI is the part of ThinQ focused on controlling the LG V30S with voice commands, in the same way that other actions can be carried out on telephones Android with Google Assistant. In fact, LG ensures that both will work together. Voice AI will allow you to launch applications and change settings with just your voice, in addition to other unspecified functions.
The hardware that supports AI
All this artificial intelligence would be of no use if the hardware was not up to par, especially considering that from LG they present the LG V30S ThinQ as a top of the range. Thus, the two models of the terminal have 6GB of RAM, that will allow multitasking without problems. The entry-level model has 128 Gb of storage, while the LG v30S Plus ThinQ goes up to 256 GB. Both support micro SD cards up to 2TB. At the center of the experience is a Snapdragon 835 as the main processor. The screen reaches up to 6 inches.
In essence, we are talking about the same terminal as the LG V30, being here before a software update on the same hardware. LG’s bet aims to flag a new future for smartphones AI-centricHence, the improvements are in the software section, although on a terminal of proven validity such as the LG V30. The company has also announced that other mobiles will receive some of these functions with updates via OTA, and that all this will be an integral part of their future releases.
Official features of the LG V30S ThinQ
- Screen: 6-inch OLED Fulll Vision with Quad HD + resolution (2,440 x 1,440 pixels) and display format. 538 dpi density.
- Processor: Qualcomm Snapdragon 835.
- RAM: 6 GB.
- Storage: 128/256 GB expandable with MicroSD cards up to 2 TB.
- Main camera: 16 MP with aperture f / 1.6 + 13 megapixels with aperture f / 2.6. QLens, OIS and LED flash.
- Frontal camera: 5 MP.
- OS: Android 8.0 Oreo with LG UX.
- Dimensions: 151 × 75.2 × 7.4mm
- Weight: 158 grams
- Drums: 3,300 mAh with QuickCharge 4.0 fast charging technology and wireless.
- Fingerprint reader.
- IP68 protection.
- USB 3.1 Type C.