LG G7 ThinQ Launched with 6.1-inch QHD+ Super Bright Display
These are all features that rivals Samsung, Huawei and Apple included in their premium releases earlier this year. Unlike the iPhone X, this device has a "chin" in addition to a notch. The 'Super Bright Display' goes up to 1000 nits while consuming up to 30% less power than the LG G6's. The G7 ThinQ is built on a latest Snapdragon 845 chipset followed by 4GB of RAM and 64GB of built-in storage.
The battery is smaller than its predecessor with a 3,000mAh capacity and it charges via USB-C. Apart from that, the device is IP 68 water resistant also, and they did it by keeping the headphone jack also. B&H offers the new LG V30s ThinQ smartphone in Glossy Moroccan Blue and Matte Moroccan Blue color options. There is scene recognition which can tell if you are taking the picture of a person, landscape, pet, and more. There is also a "Super Bright Camera" mode, which kicks in when conditions are extremely dark and automatically increases the brightness of the photo. LG claims that the smartphone comes with AI functionality. The Portrait Mode generates professional looking shots with out-of-focus backgrounds. On the front, the smartphone gets an 8-megapixel wide-angle shooter with an aperture of f/1.9.
LG G7 ThinQ features a dedicated button for the Google Assistant, a notch, and it has AI-powered cameras on the rear. The first thing you will notice straight away is the notch display, making it the latest member to join the notch bandwagon for the "maximum" viewing experience. The modes include Auto, Eco, Cinema, Sports, Game, and Expert. It also meets MIL-STD 810G requirements. The flagship also features a dedicated hardware button to launch Google Assistant. A single press will launch Assistant, while a double press will launch Google Lens. The back glass is also given a shielding of the Corning Gorilla Glass 5. It is set to roll out with Android P when the stable version is released to the public. This allows the handset to produce sound that's ten times louder than the competition, according to Engadget. The high-end variant will be launched only in some markets such as South Korea and India.