Published: Tue, April 10, 2018
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Official LG G7 ThinQ render leaks, shows notch design & all colors options

Official LG G7 ThinQ render leaks, shows notch design & all colors options

As per the render, the LG G7 ThinQ will be offered in five colour options - Aurora Black, Platinum Grey, Moroccan Blue, Moroccan Blue with a matte finish and Raspberry Rose. After all, the phone will come with the ThinQ tag, which suggests some AI features like the ones introduced on the LG V30 ThinQ in February. Today, the official press render of the phone has leaked that shows the design from the rear as well as the front, in all the colour options that it is coming with. We know the phone will be called as the LG G7 ThinQ as smartphone live photos were shared online.

The company's upcoming flagship LG G7 ThinQ's has a wide range of colors.

LG has also revealed that the upcoming smartphone will come with new Voice AI that will allow users to perform certain voice commands. 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. On the back of the handset, one can spot a new vertical dual camera setup, an LED flash, a rear-mounted fingerprint sensor, and standard LG branding (without the G7 brand name). Its focus, instead, is to integrate AI into different features, like the usual photography intelligence, smartphone and smart home controls, and more. Nonetheless, there are a number of features speculated to arrive on the LG G7 ThinQ which appear confirmed through these renders.


Earlier this year, LG announced the LG V30S ThinQ with AI camera features, like an AI CAM feature that analyzes the subject in your camera's frame and recommends the optimal shooting mode. This button could be a dedicated AI button, sort of like the Bixby button on Samsung devices.

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

It will definitely be interesting to see how the market will react to this new direction, especially considering LG supposedly started from nearly scratch for the G7 ThinQ.

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