Overview LG V350U(LMV350ULM) aka LG V35 ThinQ

Specification LG V350U(LMV350ULM) aka LG V35 ThinQ

Model and Features
Model LG V350U
Series LG V35 ThinQ
Release Date June, 2018
Depth 7.3 mm (0.29 in)
Size (width x height) 151.7 x 75.4 mm (5.97 x 2.97 in)
Weight 157 g (5.54 oz)
Operating System Android 8.x Oreo
Hardware
CPU 4x2.8GHz Kryo 385 Gold & 4x1.7GHz Kryo 385 Silver, Qualcomm SDM845
CPU Cores Octa-core
RAM Memory 6GB
Internal Storage 64GB
External Storage microSD, up to 1 TB (dedicated slot)
Network and Data
Number of sim slots 1 Nano-Sim
2G network GSM 850/900/1800/1900 MHz
3G network HSDPA 850/1700(AWS)/1900 MHz
4G network LTE band 1(2100), 2(1900), 3(1800), 4(1700/2100), 5(850), 7(2600), 8(900), 12(700), 13(700), 14(700), 17(700), 20(800), 25(1900), 26(850), 28(700), 29(700), 30(2300), 38(2600), 39(1900), 40(2300), 41(2500), 66(1700/2100)
5G network -
Data GPRS/EDGE
Display
Screen size 6.0 inches (~80.9% screen-to-body ratio)
Display Type P-OLED capacitive touchscreen
Display Resolution 1440 x 2880 pixels (~538 ppi density)
Display Colors 16M colors
Battery and Keyboard
Battery Capacity Non-Removable Li-Po 3300 mAh
Physical keyboard -
Interfaces
Audio output 3.5mm jack
Bluetooth version 5.0, A2DP, LE, aptX HD
DLNA Yes
GPS Yes, with A-GPS, GLONASS, GALILEO
Infrared port No
NFC Yes
USB USB 3.1, Type-C 1.0 reversible connector
WiFi Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac, dual-band, Wi-Fi Direct, DLNA, hotspot

Firmwares LG V350U(LMV350ULM) aka LG V35 ThinQ

LG Phone firmwares regions descriptions
Region File name OS Size Date Downloads
AIO
  • United States
V350ULM20d_00_NAO_US_OP_0612.kdz Android 9 Pie 3.3 GiB 2019-08-08 802 time(s)
AIO
  • United States
V350ULM20e_00_NAO_US_OP_1007.kdz Android 9 Pie 3.3 GiB 2019-11-14 1165 time(s)
AIO
  • United States
V350ULM20f_00_NAO_US_OP_0218.kdz Android 9 Pie 3.35 GiB 2020-04-02 828 time(s)
AMZ
  • Unknown
V350ULM10i_00_AMZ_US_OP_0221.kdz Android 8.x Oreo 3.69 GiB 2019-03-28 204 time(s)
AMZ
  • Unknown
V350ULM20d_00_AMZ_US_OP_0612.kdz Android 9 Pie 3.61 GiB 2019-08-08 73 time(s)
AMZ
  • Unknown
V350ULM20e_00_AMZ_US_OP_1007.kdz Android 9 Pie 3.61 GiB 2019-11-14 69 time(s)
AMZ
  • Unknown
V350ULM20f_00_AMZ_US_OP_0218.kdz Android 9 Pie 3.66 GiB 2020-04-02 43 time(s)
GFI
  • Unknown
V350ULM10e_00_NAO_US_OP_0717.kdz Android 8.x Oreo 3.14 GiB 2018-08-16 269 time(s)
GFI
  • Unknown
V350ULM10f_00_NAO_US_OP_0913.kdz Android 8.x Oreo 3.15 GiB 2018-10-25 309 time(s)
GFI
  • Unknown
V350ULM10h_00_NAO_US_OP_1130.kdz Android 8.x Oreo 3.26 GiB 2019-01-10 711 time(s)
GFI
  • Unknown
V350ULM10i_00_NAO_US_OP_0221.kdz Android 8.x Oreo 3.26 GiB 2019-03-28 634 time(s)
GFI
  • Unknown
V350ULM20d_00_NAO_US_OP_0612.kdz Android 9 Pie 3.3 GiB 2019-08-08 371 time(s)
GFI
  • Unknown
V350ULM20e_00_NAO_US_OP_1007.kdz Android 9 Pie 3.3 GiB 2019-11-14 460 time(s)
GFI
  • Unknown
V350ULM20f_00_NAO_US_OP_0218.kdz Android 9 Pie 3.35 GiB 2020-04-02 297 time(s)
USA
  • United States
V350ULM10i_00_NAO_US_OP_0221.kdz Android 8.x Oreo 3.26 GiB 2019-03-28 1006 time(s)
USA
  • United States
V350ULM20d_00_NAO_US_OP_0612.kdz Android 9 Pie 3.3 GiB 2019-08-08 628 time(s)
USA
  • United States
V350ULM20e_00_NAO_US_OP_1007.kdz Android 9 Pie 3.3 GiB 2019-11-14 437 time(s)
USA
  • United States
V350ULM20f_00_NAO_US_OP_0218.kdz Android 9 Pie 3.35 GiB 2020-04-02 443 time(s)

Articles LG V350U(LMV350ULM) aka LG V35 ThinQ

19 Comments

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    07/20/2020 11:49:52 gambon2001 says : to Reply

    Hi, does anyone know when the android 10 firmware will be posted here?

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      07/22/2020 05:10:29 nicholas0444 says : to Reply

      Not sure, but according to the previous release sequence for Pie(3 months after KR release), I guess the release will probably happen in October 2020.

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    08/03/2019 05:03:56 pohlipit says : to Reply

    What's the difference between all the GFI firmware versions?

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      08/04/2019 10:09:51 admin says : to Reply

      Hello,
      Version . V350ULM10i_00_NAO_US_OP_0221.kdz is newest.

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        08/04/2019 15:05:15 pohlipit says : to Reply

        Thanks.

        So the GFI and USA version are exactly the same? I have an ATT and want to flash the GFI version. Will that work?

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          08/04/2019 21:54:03 admin says : to Reply

          No. You can't flash GFI in AT&T phone and we haven't firmware for AT&T.

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          08/05/2019 07:46:16 mower42 says : to Reply

          You can flash the Google FI firmware on an AT&T V35, I am writing this message from one of them.
          But you cannot come back (ATT publish no KDZ...), I had an older firmware than the one I was flashing (so if you are already on PIE keep it as there is no V35 PIE KDZ except the Korean one for the moment), if you still want to continue, you can find the procedure on XDA.

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            08/07/2019 01:23:08 mower42 says : to Reply

            For those who are interested, I flashed V350AWM (10i) ATT with V350ULM10h_00_NAO_US_OP_1130.kdz ==> V350ULM10i_00_NAO_US_OP_0221.kdz and now V350ULM20d_00_NAO_US_OP_0612.kdz . So I am now with a working unbloated version of Pie using LGUP.

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              08/07/2019 20:53:38 Vic Raymond says : to Reply

              Is it okay to flash latest v350ulm release on my v350awm. I just bought this as unlocked brand new. So currently running on oldest oreo version. Also would you please let me know the user experience comparing to oreo.thank you

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                08/07/2019 23:15:06 mower42 says : to Reply

                I would advise doing a closest GFI firmware first following the tutorial on xda using the patched lgup for V35 (refurbish + upgrade options if I remember correctly) after that using the upgrade option, you will be able to upgrade from one firmware to another with lgup like if it was downloaded through though lg bridge.
                On the user experience perspective, I am not sure to see huge differences, but I just upgraded yesterday so...
                My first firmware flash was more significant because of the debloating as it removed the whole ATT customization.

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                  08/14/2019 19:58:55 Neophy says : to Reply

                  Which tutorial did you follow on XDA?
                  Because I followed a detailed one on Reddit that got me from AWM12k to ULM10i, but when I tried to get from ULM10i to ULM20d I got this error message from LGUP: ''DLL for 350AWM10i is invalid. Please, install valid DLL package(*.msi).''

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          08/09/2019 13:58:47 cirecomputers says : to Reply

          Yes you can. I have cross flashed my ATT unlocked LG V35 with the latest version of Pie made for Google Fi, Amazon and Unlocked. Go here https://www.mylgphones.com/google-fi-unlocked-edtions-lg-v35-thinq-received-android-9-pie-update.html and follow the instructions. You need a special MODDED version of LGup to do this.

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      10/27/2019 17:40:35 jiayinglin646 says : to Reply

      WARNING!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
      Be careful, AT&T (AWM) to ULM (Google FI) bricked my phone using the latest LG UP 1.14 with patched DLL.
      (LG v35 now stucked at fastboot bootloader)

      Now waiting for LG UP 1.15.

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        10/27/2019 20:27:15 admin says : to Reply

        https://lg-firmwares.com/how-to-flash/ here you can download 1.16 already.

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    07/25/2019 11:08:50 pafuriza says : to Reply

    Source for 9 released, who can make a KDZ from that?

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      04/29/2020 15:08:40 你爸爸 says : to Reply

      nice tey

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    07/16/2019 18:21:24 v.nedevski says : to Reply

    I like my V35 ThinQ phone, but will never buy another LG phone. Still on Android 8. When will we get update to 9? I have the unlocked model on Google FI.

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      07/16/2019 21:41:19 admin says : to Reply

      Hello,
      You receive when LG releases update.

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    03/25/2019 13:17:24 Lepus says : to Reply

    We need Android 9

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