Hands on: LG G7 ThinQ full depth review - Insight Trending


New LG G7 ThinQ testing has been done, and we find out about when it'll be accessible to purchase in the US. We've added the new points of interest to our progressing G7 survey.

The G7 ThinQ is LG’s new Android phone, touting a Super Bright LCD display that’s viewable in direct sunlight – which is ironic because the rest of this phone has a hard time standing out

It's turning out to be a sensible, yet not noteworthy update over a year ago's LG G6, with a bigger 6.1-inch all-screen show, AI-upgraded cameras, a noisy 'Boombox Speaker', a speedier chipset, and Google's Android 8.0 Oreo programming out of the box.

You may not instantly be wowed. The LG G7 doesn't have a bended OLED screen like the Samsung Galaxy S9, the triple-lens in rear camera of the Huawei P20 Pro, or the normal estimation of the OnePlus 6. Furthermore, regardless of its questionable score pattern at the best, it doesn't have Apple's extravagant 3D TrueDepth camera as observed on the iPhone X.

LG is stressing this is a smart, not conspicuous, phone. As the 'ThinQ' some portion of the name recommends, the organization is resolved to push AI onto the greater part of its brilliant gadgets regardless of how cumbersome the moniker sounds. The execution on this new ThinQ telephone is, gratefully, somewhat more useful than the terminology.

There's a committed AI button on the left half of the telephone, and LG isn't constraining its own virtual partner homebrew into your day by day life like Samsung does with Bixby. No, this catch prompts the recognizable Google Assistant, and uses far-field voice acknowledgment to better comprehend your orders. To put it plainly, we can tell that it's as of now superior to the Bixby catch.

Its double lens AI camera can order subjects and naturally tune its settings to snap better photographs by means of machine learning. It can likewise perceive low-light circumstances, and utilize Super Bright Mode to make photographs and video four times as brilliant as on the G6, though – at a diminished determination.



Price and release date


  • The so-far-unknown price is slated to be cheaper than the iPhone X
  • Release date is mid-May for Korea and June for other regions

How much will the LG G7 cost? There’s no confirmed price just yet, but LG has hinted that it’ll cost less than other flagship smartphones. In other words, while it’s rumored to carry a higher price than the G6, with speculation landing at around $740 (£720, AU$1,120), it won’t be as expensive as the iPhone X





Super Bright LCD and glass design


  • 6.1-inch Super Bright LCD display makes it easier to see your phone screen  outdoors
  • Notch design makes way for status icon-filled ‘New Second Screen’ 
  • Sleep/wake button moved to the side, fingerprint sensor remains on back
  • Glass back, 3.5mm headphone and IP69 water-resistance





AI-powered cameras



  • Dual-lens 16MP rear camera, one with an ultra-wide field of view
  • AI software tries to understand subject and adapts the settings
  • Super Bright Camera offers 4x the brightness at a quarter the resolution
  • 8MP front-facing camera is a big improvement over past LG phones  





Boombox speaker



  • ·         Loud Boombox speaker provides deep bass
  • ·         DTS:X 3D Sound and 32-bit HiFi Quad DAC




Specs and software


  • Flagship-level Snapdragon 845 chipset, 4GB of RAM, 64GB of storage 
  • 6GB of RAM and 128GB variant available, but availability is a mystery 
  • Android 8.0 Oreo with LG software skin and Smart Bulletin 
  • 3,000mAh battery is smaller than the V30 3,300mAh capacity 
  • Should still provide all-day battery life thanks to software trick 
  • Quick Charge 3.0 wired charging as well as wireless charging

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