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LG debuted the G7 ThinQ in early May and certainly turned some heads with the promise of a 1000 nits capable display, an AI-powered camera, and its Boombox Speaker features. On the surface, if you consider some of the salient features consumers are looking for in a modern smartphone, the marketing folks at LG had their ears to the ground, so to speak. The new LG G7 ThinQ checks many of the key feature boxes consumers look for in a handset, and it strikes a nice size balance as well, in a thin-bezel 6.1-inch form factor.    However, what makes true smartphone success is practical... Read more...
In this latest episode of HotHardware's Two And A Half Geeks podcast, Marco, Paul and Dave chat about the new Intel Optane SSD 905P and WD Black NVMe SSDs, LG’s G7 ThinQ Android phone, Dell’s Inspiron Gaming desktop PC, a killer new custom-built gaming desktop from Maingear, NVIDIA putting a bullet in GPP, and reveal the winner of our AMD and Corsair Spring Fling Gaming System Giveaway! Show Notes: 03:10 - Intel Optane SSD 905P Review: Seriously Fast Storage For Enthusiasts 12:26 - WD Black NVMe SSD Review: Affordable With Great Write Speeds 21:22 - Hands-On LG's G7 ThinQ: AI-Infused... Read more...
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... 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... Read more...
We talked a bit yesterday about leaked details on the forthcoming LG Android smartphone flagship called the LG G7 ThinQ. As you might imagine, LG was none too happy about that leak and decided to give up all the official details on perhaps the most interesting part of the smartphone, the super bright display. LG says that display allows "stunning display quality" while reducing power consumption. That means bright and vivid images while providing better battery life for users. The screen will be a 6.1-inch QHD+ unit with 3120 x 1440 resolution rated for maximum brightness of 1000 nits.... Read more...
LG is holding an event on May 2nd that will see the debut of its next flagship: the LG G7 ThinQ. We've seen the smartphone leak at various points over the past month, but we're now getting our best look yet at the new smartphone. As always, Evan Blass is the one that scored this newest leak, and it shows the G7 ThinQ from every angle. On the back, we see dual cameras and a fingerprint reader just below them. On the right side, there's a power button, while on the left side there are volume buttons that are joined by a dedicated Google Assistant button. The top of the phone is... 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... Read more...