Photographic sector LG V60 ThinQ DxOMark has not yet been analyzed, but the recent top of the range is still at the crosshairs of a well-known specialized portal that reviewed audio. The results, let’s face it, are not particularly impressive: a total score of 65 puts the Korean company’s flagship on the “middle table” using sports jargon.
In particular, LG V60 ThinQ scored 67 points for playing sound, but fell to 59 points for recording. In the first case, the absence of artifacts is praised, as well as the amplitude of the volumes that are considered satisfactory; instead, defects are detected in tonal parameters.
As for the recording, on the other hand, good dynamics and sound quality even in noisy environments, leaving the noise reduction process desirable.
With 65 points, therefore LG V60 ThinQ takes the 15th place in the ranking, in the company OnePlus 7 Pro and Samsung Galaxy S10 +, one step below the Galaxy Note 10+ and Galaxy S20 +. However, the summit is very far away: Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro scored 76 points and is the leader in the ranking before the Huawei Mate 20 X (75).
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