The sequel to one of LG’s most underrated devices, the LG G6, is due to get a replacement soon. While we expected LG to announce the G7 at the MWC, the company instead refreshed its phablet V series with the launch of the LG V30S ThinQ.
Beyond the MWC launch, latest reports have it that the sequel to the LG G6, which ordinary should be the LG G7 is slated to launch sometime this quarter, a new report, however, suggests LG would be modifying its naming scheme, but may still retain the G series convention as opposed to what we were made to believe earlier on.
Going with the most recent leak from popular leakster, Evan Blass, the LG G6 sucessor will arrive as the LG G7 ThinQ. The ThinQ suffix, like we have it in the V30S will bring to the table some AI capabilities including the ability to control compatible LG smart home appliances, Google Assistant commands, as well as a couple of AI-assisted camera functions.
Recently leaked images of the front panel of the LG G7 revealed the device will come with a notch design and dual front cameras with an LED flash. LG G7 will use a 6-inch M+LCD display with dimensions of 153.2 × 71.9 × 8.2mm. This smartphone will be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 processor coupled with 6GB of RAM and 256GB of internal memory. Other features of this smartphone include a 16MP dual rear camera, 3.5mm headphone jack, and a rear fingerprint sensor.
The device is rumored to be launched later in April, so we have to hold our breath before we get to official details of the device.