LG G7 ThinQ has been confirmed as LG's next premium smartphone

LG G7 ThinQ has been confirmed as LG's next premium smartphone

It is to be expected that the LG G7 will be the most favourite smartphones of 2018. And secondly, it has announced that this smartphone will be launched on May 2nd at an event in NY, which will be followed by another event on May 3rd in Seoul (it's the capital of South Korea, for those unaware).

In a press release on the company's South Korean site it also revealed that the LG G7 ThinQ will be announced on May 2, at an event in NY. Below the phone's main camera snappers, you will notice a fingerprint scanner, while the company's branding will be included on the back as well.

The leaked press render for the LG G7 ThinQ was acquired by Android Headlines through a "reliable source". And although the images don't reveal what's lurking under the hood, they shed light on what we can expect from the smartphone. The standard colors for the flagship will be the new "Aurora Black", and "Platinum Grey" as an alternative.




If you recall, the company launched LG V30s ThinQ at the Mobile World Congress with some AI features like Voice AI, Empathy AI, and the Vision AI.

LG G7 ThinQ, the South Korean electronic giant's upcoming flagship, has been leaked in its entirety in all available colours of the handset. Wireless charging will also be a part of the package, while Android 8.1 Oreo will probably come pre-installed on the phone, along with LG's custom skin. Instead, a dedicated power button will go along the right side of the device, as well as a dedicated ThinQ AI button on the left side, just below the volume rocker. It also "enhances the ability to interact with other devices", according to the translated announcement. "We will show the convenience that we have not seen until now by concentrating the accumulated AI technology", Director of LG Electronics.

LG G7 could come with the Snapdragon 845 processor, 4GB of RAM, 64GB of internal storage, and a 3000mAh battery.

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