The announcement of the latest phone by LG, the G7 ThinQ, was made on Wednesday. Although it appears to be an impressive, all-covering, high-tech device, chances are very less that it will make the customer impatient to upgrade to the same from a phone which might be one or two years old. This seems to follow the trend already set by almost all the phones launched recently, including those from giants like Apple iPhones and Samsung’s flagship product, Galaxy S9.
LG G7 ThinQ offers features like 6.1-inch Quad HD display, resistance from water, Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 processor, 64 GB internal storage, 4 GB RAM, fingerprint sensor, 16 MP dual-lens rear camera, 8 MP front camera, wireless charging and the latest OS from Android family, Android 8.0.
The things that make G7 ThinQ stand out from other similar range competing phones is the ThinQ AI powered camera, which identifies objects and modifies camera settings for the most optimum photograph, the lens of the primary-rear camera which serves as an ultra-wide lens, spanning as much -as 170 degrees and an audio DAC that improves the quality of music being emitted through headphones.
Also, the area around the indentation is being termed as second screen by LG, similar to the one feature on the phones V10 and V20 by LG earlier, which provided notifications and app shortcuts. This area shows things similar to those visible on standard notification bar, including time, battery status and other notifications by other apps. It is possible to turn off this notch from settings of LG G7.
It is important to mention here that although the look and feel of LG G7 looks top-end, it is not the most premium design. How all these features and specifications go with the price of the phone is something that remains to be seen.
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