LG’s latest flagship smartphone, the LG G7 ThinQ now rolling out to more users around the world. The company via a press release earlier today announced that the G7 ThinQ will first arrive in South Korea this week, followed by key markets in Asia, the Americas, and Europe.
The LG G7 ThinQ official retail price somehow remains a secret as the company says prices would be made known at launch locally, but there are reports that it will cost $650 (£649, AU$1,000), the price of the LG G6 at launch, if not a bit more.
Pre-orders for LG G7 ThinQ will start soon in Canada, and we heard it will come bundled with a free LG 4K UHD Smart TV. And for our Friends in the UK and some parts of Europe, the pre-order in already on, while those in the US will be able to do same from May 24 on Verizon, with its release date set for June 1.
With a stylish finish and a bit plan IP68 water-resistant glass body with several color options to chose from, the LG G7 ThinQ looks a lot more like the flagship G6 from 2016. It flaunts a larger display at 6.1inches, but with a smaller chin and a top display notch. It features a new Super Bright Display mode with a super brightness of 1,000 nits which makes it well suited for outdoor use.
Detailed specs and features of the device including the AI Camera, as LG calls it, the chipset, battery and lot more can be found here.