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After much anticipation, the LG G7 ThinQ has finally been fully revealed for all to see. Sure, there have been plenty of leaks along the way, but nothing beats getting a chance to have some hands-on time with a device, which is exactly what we were able to do at an LG event held in New York City last week. Needless to say, we think that LG has a winner here with their new 6.1-inch flagship. The G7 ThinQ is powered by Qualcomm's newest high-end SoC: the Snapdragon 845. As we saw in leaked benchmarks, the smartphone is going to be a real screamer among Android handsets. On board the G7 ThinQ, the Snapdragon chip is paired with 4GB of RAM. Internal storage is also plentiful at 64GB, it... Read more...
LG isn't exactly playing coy with details on the smartphone it is set to launch on May 2 called the LG G7 ThinQ. A big leak last week unveiled most details of the details on that device. LG was annoyed enough at the leak that it decided to push out official details regarding the G7's super bright display the smartphone will employ. Benchmarks of the device have leaked now to boot. Today, however, LG is offering details on another feature of the device that sounds interesting, literally... LG is focusing heavily on the audio tech crammed inside the thin and sleek G7 ThinQ smartphone and is fitting the device with something it calls a Boombox Speaker feature. LG says that the speaker design... Read more...
The LG G7 ThinQ is official, and it will be unveiled at an event held in New York City on May 2nd. The news come straight from the horse’s mouth, as LG confirmed the launch details on its official [South Korean] website. According to LG, the G7 ThinQ will expand the proliferation of artificial intelligence (AI) into the smartphone realm and will build upon the work that it started with the V30S ThinQ. LG claims that the G7 ThinQ's AI camera will be able to respond to a variety of voice commands and that the smartphone will be able to intelligently interact with other devices (we're assuming other ThinQ-branded products and home appliances from LG). In addition to the... Read more...
We are well into 2018 flagship smartphone season, which arguably kicked off with the unveil of the Samsung Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+back in late February. LG might not have the marketing muscle that fuels Samsung's smartphones, but it is coming out with its own powerhouse flagship called the G7 ThinQ. New, real life photos of the smartphone were revealed to TechRadar, and they clearly show that the smartphone will have a notched display. This will no doubt be disappointing to some Android fans whose eyes are probably rolling out of their sockets now. More and more Android OEMs are adopting the notch that first showed up on the Essential Phone (albeit in a much smaller form) and... Read more...
It seems as though we're in for a "notch" filled 2018, as OEMs are coming out of the woodwork with smartphone designs that are eerily similar to iPhone X. At least one OEM, ASUS, was rather brazen about its decision to mimic the look of Apple's latest flagship with the ZenFone 5 family, decrying that it is giving the people what they want. Now it looks as though LG has also been bitten by the bug; that is if these leaked images are indeed accurate. A smartphone that is labeled as the LG G7 was being displayed backstage at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, and you can clearly see that it has a rather large notch at the top of its display. The smartphone is said to feature a 6-inch OLED display... Read more...
If you were hoping for an early launch for LG's next generation G7 flagship, you may be waiting quite a bit longer. The LG G6 launched on February 26th, 2017, and its successor was tipped to launch around the same time this year at Mobile World Congress 2018. However, a new report from The Investor suggests that Jo Seong-jin, who serves as Vice Chairman and CEO of LG Electronics, has ordered a complete review of work that has already been completed on the G7, and that the design should be reworked from scratch. “Right after the vice chairman made the announcement at the Consumer Electronics Show last week, a direct order was sent down to the working-level officials to start over,”... Read more...