LG G7 Thinq to be Launched on May 2 in NY


The handset which is going to be called the LG G7 ThinQ, will be showcased first on May 2 in New York City and then in Seoul on May 3. Published by render shed light not only on the design of the mobile but also on the available color options, of which there were five.

Now we have another under about the LG G7 ThinQ which shows us the different colour variants that we could have in the LG G7 ThinQ.

LG Electronics last week said its tentative consolidated revenues for the first quarter of 2018 will be KRW 15.1 trillion (+3.2 percent) with an operating profit of KRW 1.1 trillion (+20.2 percent), marking the highest first quarter revenues and operating profit in the history of the company.

Furthermore, according to some reports, LG will also launch Q7 along with LG G7. We've confirmed a number of things including the Snapdragon 845 SoC, iris scanner, Quick Charge 4.0, a bigger display, and AI features. As per the blog, ThinQ is a brand that reflects LG Electronics" goal of "Thinking in the customer's standpoint and practicing customer's attention'. Entering the headphones probably won't. Many netizens were outraged, as the naked eye can see that the gadget has a recognizable "unibrow" iPhone X.

The LG G7 ThinQ is said to use "superpixel" technology, which combines multiple pixels to create a larger superpixel. Some of these features were announced along with the V30S ThinQ and the V35 ThinQ hence represents a direct improvement on those functionalities.

If you have been waiting for LG's next flagship smartphone, we finally have a launch date.

According to Android Headlines, LG G7 will feature two 16-megapixel cameras on its rear.

The G7 ThinQ also features a button exclusively for quick activation of the AI assistant - which shows why ThinQ, LG's AI name, made it into the name of the G7. One will be a regular camera sensor while the other will be a wide-angle lens with a 107-degree field of view. As well as drawing on the use of a Super Bright Mode and "superpixels" to ensure captured images are bright, even when encountering extreme low-light conditions. LG has seemingly struck a deal with Google to include "LG-exclusive device-specific tasks" on the G7.