LG V60 ThinQ 5G

LG V60 ThinQ 5G
81

Engadget Review

By itself, the V60 ThinQ is a fascinating exercise in compromise. To get its price under $1,000 (the current standard for a flagship), LG went with a lower-resolution screen, fewer rear cameras and less RAM than it rivals. That sounds like a great way to build a mediocre smartphone, but these compromises are easy to live with. Chances are you’ll wind up with a free dual-screen case too. Calling this thing polished would be a stretch, but if you’re willing to put in the work, it can be a very useful add-on. All told, the V60 offers solid performance, plus some of the best battery life we’ve seen so far this year, all for less money than competing devices. It’s still a little rough around the edges, but it’s nothing if not a good deal.

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LG V60 5G ThinQ review: A compromised phone I like anyway
It still needs polish, but you get a lot of phone for the price.
Chris Velazco
Chris VelazcoApril 10, 2020

Pros

  • Fantastic battery life
  • Flagship performance at a discount
  • It has a headphone jack!
  • Beautiful screen (even if it’s only 1080p)

Cons

  • Bulky and dated redesign
  • Dual screen can be finicky
  • LG’s software needs an overhaul
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V60 ThinQ 5G

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Key Specs

TYPE
Smartphone
OPERATING SYSTEM
Android
SCREEN SIZE
6.8in
INTERNAL MEMORY
128GB
CAMERA
Yes

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