The trending news this season is about the leaked images of LG‘s next flagship smartphone, the LG G7 ThinQ and that also ahead of its launch.
The leaked images reveal the arrival of quite a strong smartphone, which boasts of feature like 6.1-inch LG ‘G7 ThinQ’, rumored to be launched in May. Also, this appears to be in its early testing phase in the US, carrying the model number LG-G710TM.
The notch is perhaps the G7 ThinQ’s most distinguishing and controversial feature, which is visible. This would be revealing itself on the phone’s boot screen snuggled up to a notification LED indicator and a selfie camera.
Also, other than this, there are also quite a few changes, hinted at the general design. So, flanking the nearly bezel-free display, LG’s upcoming phone looks to feature a power button on its right side, and on its left could be a dedicated AI button, thus putting its smart efforts into full swing after introducing them first on the LG V30S ThinQ.
Whether users would be able to remap this new button is not known, though if the notch is customizable based on preference, it might be expected that LG would follow suit here as well.
As per the reports of TechRadar, screengrabs showing the LG G7 ThinQ would be shipped with the Snapdragon 845 and 4GB of RAM, with just 64GB of internal storage.
Other images depict the phone’s AnTuTu scores and this seems to be the best, as that’s currently found in Samsung Galaxy S9. Coming in with a score of 252,473, the LG G7 ThinQ stacks up as one of the world’s fastest phone, bested only by the Sony Xperia XZ2.
As mentioned, LG is expected to bring the G7 ThinQ to market in May, so it’s likely that LG might have an announcement in order for late April, where TechRadar might gather more information.