LG V60 ThinQ Hands-on: A Solid Dual Screen Experience

LG V60 ThinQ Hands-on: A Solid Dual Screen Experience

LG officially took the wraps off the LG V60 ThinQ earlier today. As with the previously launched LG G8X ThinQ and LG V50 ThinQ, this device also supports LG’s Dual Screen attachment. XDA TV‘s TK Bay had a chance to take a look at this device before launch to give you his first impressions of LG’s latest attempt at a dual screen experience.

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TK focuses a lot on the phone’s audio and video capabilities. In fact, the entire hands-on video was recorded with the LG V60 ThinQ. Though the video wasn’t shot in ideal conditions, you can get a general feel for the video quality and the audio quality. One thing TK mentions in the video is the new “Video Voice Bokeh” feature, which uses the four microphones on the phone to isolate speaking voices. This feature really comes in handy when you’re talking to the camera.


The Dual Screen attachment is a big part of LG’s strategy right now. TK doesn’t focus a lot of time on this attachment, but it’s essentially the same thing we saw with the G8X. The Dual Screen display is the same size as the phone itself (6.8-inches complete with a faux notch). LG’s approach is more like the Surface Duo than the Galaxy Fold, but the nice thing is you can always remove the second display if you don’t want it.

Again, check out TK’s video above to really get an idea of the video and audio recording capabilities. In a sea of phones with similar designs and specifications, LG has decided to focus on media capabilities. Will the LG V60 ThinQ be the device to break them out of the rut?

Specifications LG V60 ThinQ (T-Mobile variant)
Dimensions & Weight
  • 169.3 x 77.6 x 8.9mm
  • 214 g
  • 6.8-inch Full HD+ P-OLED
  • 2460×1080 pixels, 395 PPI
  • 20.5:9 aspect ratio
  • 500 nits brightness
  • 83.1% screen-to-body ratio
  • Gorilla Glass 5
  • Qualcomm Snapdragon 865:
    • 1x Kryo 585 Prime core (ARM Cortex-A77 based) clocked at 2.84GHz
      3x Kryo 585 Performance cores (ARM Cortex-A77 based) clocked at 2.4GHz)
      4x Kryo 585 Efficiency cores (ARM Cortex-A55 based) clocked at 1.8GHz
  • Adreno 650 GPU
RAM & Storage
  • 8GB/128GB
  • microSD card slot
  • 5,000mAh
  • Qualcomm Quick Charge 4.0+
  • Wireless charging
Fingerprint Sensor In-display fingerprint sensor
Rear Cameras
  • 64MP primary sensor, 1/1.72″, 0.8-micron, f/1.8, 78-degree FOV, OIS, Dual Pixel PDAF, pixel binning to 16MP with 1.6-micron effective pixel size
  • 13MP ultra-wide angle sensor, 1/3.4″, 1.0-micron, f/1.9, 117-degree FOV, Dual Pixel PDAF
  • ToF Z Camera with HQVGA resolution, 80-degree FOV, 1/4″, 14-micron, f/1.4
  • Video recording:
    • 8K at 26fps
    • 4K at 60fps
    • HDR10+ video recording
    • 4K time lapse
    • AI time lapse
    • EIS
    • Video Portrait
    • Voice Bokeh
Front Camera
  • 10MP, 1/3.1″, 1.22-micron, f/1.9, 72.5-degree FOV
  • 3.5mm headphone jack, 32-bit Hi-Fi Quad DAC
  • Balanced stereo speakers
  • 4 microphones on the top, bottom, left, and back to capture 3D audio recording
  • 3D Sound Engine
Network Bands
  • 4×4 MIMO, 256QAM with 3CA, CAT 22; Carrier Aggregation: 1UL 7DL
  • 5G: Sub-6GHz Bands N25, N2, N41, N66, N71
  • 4G LTE: Bands B2, B4, B5, B12, B46, B48, B66, B71 (TMUS) B25, B26, B41, B46, B48 (SPCS)
  • 3G
    UMTS: Bands B2, B4, B5;
  • 2G
    GSM: Bands 850/900/1800/1900 MHz
  • 1.9 GHz CDMA PCS, 800 MHz CDMA
  • Wi-Fi 6
  • Bluetooth 5.1
  • S-GPS and Qualcomm Service for Enhanced Location Accuracy
  • USB 3.1 Type-C port
  • NFC
Android Version Android 10

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Joe Fedewa
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Former Managing Editor at XDA-Developers. Lover of all things with displays.

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