So come 2nd of May, LG is expected to unveil their brand new smartphone, the LG G7 ThinQ. However leading up to the announcement, it appears that LG has been steadily teasing details about the handset. Recently the company had boasted that the display on the phone will feature a 1000 NIT brightness, but that’s not all.
It’s been confirmed that LG’s upcoming LG G7 will feature a 6.1” 3120×1440 “FullVision” IPS LCD display that can be 1000-NIT bright. LG also says that it does so while consuming 30% less power than the LG G6 IPS LCD display*
So it has been confirmed that LG has a new phone in the works in the form of the LG G7 ThinQ which will be the company’s upcoming flagship handset. We’ve seen some leaks here and there, but if you’re looking for what could possibly be the clearest leak we’ve seen to date, you can thank leakster Evan Blass for them.
One of the features of Samsung’s more recent phones is that they come with a dedicated hardware button that lets users launch Bixby at the press of a button. Now it looks like LG could be borrowing the feature for its upcoming LG G7 ThinQ which is expected to be the company’s next flagship.
LG has recently confirmed that its next flagship smartphone will be the LG G7 ThinQ. However not much is known about the phone, like hardware specs, features, or its design, but thanks to the folks at Android Headlines, they have managed to get their hands on what appears to be renders of the upcoming handset.
According to a recent rumor, it has been suggested that LG’s next flagship smartphone will be known as the LG G7 and that it is also expected to bear the ThinQ branding. It turns out the rumors were right on the money because LG Korea has since announced and confirmed that their next phone will be the LG G7 ThinQ.
With the more recent Samsung flagship smartphones, Samsung has introduced a dedicated hardware button that lets users launch its digital assistant Bixby at a press of a button. Granted it is a convenient feature, but it is also a bit controversial as many users are discovering that they cannot remap it to do something else.
LG was supposed to launch its new flagship smartphone at Mobile World Congress 2018 last month but reports suggested that the company had sent the LG G7 back to the drawing board. It unveiled a refreshed version of the LG V30 at MWC 2018 and is yet to confirm when the LG G7 is going to be announced. A new report out of South Korea claims that the LG G7 […]
While LG was initially expected to unveil its new flagship smartphone at the Mobile World Congress 2018, the company launched a slightly upgraded model of the V30 instead and has kept us waiting for the LG G7. According to a new report out of South Korea, LG is going to launch the G7 flagship smartphone next month. The report also brings some details about the specifications of this device.
There are many, even fans of the iPhone, who would consider the iPhone X’s notch a design flaw. This is something that Samsung also pointed out when they announced the Galaxy S9 and S9+, but despite many poking fun of the notch, it seems that there are quite a few Android OEMs who don’t particularly mind the design.
There have been a lot of contradictory reports about the LG G7 recently. It was first believed that the successor to the LG G6 would be unveiled at Mobile World Congress 2018 in Barcelona as many would have expected. It was then reported that perhaps LG will launch it a month or two earlier. We then heard reports that LG had sent the device back to the drawing board so […]
According to a recent report, LG is said to have sent its upcoming flagship, the LG G7, back to the drawing board. So the question is with the LG G7 potentially being revamped, what could LG unveil at MWC 2018? It seems that LG could be unveiling a new variant of the LG V30 from last year.
A new LG flagship smartphone is usually expected to be revealed at the Mobile World Congress and while that didn’t seem possible as things stand for the LG G7, a new report out of South Korea hints at the possibility that we may have to wait a bit longer for this device. According to the report, LG Electronics CEO Jo Seong-jin has sent the LG G7 back to the drawing […]
We have been hearing rumors that LG is working on a new flagship phone in the form of the LG G7. Not much is known about the handset in terms of its design, at least until now where a post on TigerMobiles.com has revealed a render that is allegedly that of the upcoming LG G7. Assuming the render is real, it does reveal some of the changes we can expect.