Two relatively new LG Q series models have just received hefty price tags in the process of their introduction in South Korea. They are the recently unveiled LG Q7 and Q7+. On LG’s home soil, LG has priced the Q7 and Q7+ $455 (KRW 495,000) and $525 (570,000 won) respectively. A very high asking price indeed, for a Snapdragon 4xx class device. The difference between the Q7 and Q7+ is minimal as well with the most noticeable one being RAM and storage.
The LG Q7 and Q7+ have more in common like the 5.5-inch FullVision display, the Snapdragon 450, and even the 3,000mAh battery. There’s IP68 water resistance too and features like Hi-Fi Quad DAC make the price argument easier for LG. Needless to say, both run Android Oreo and have AI-leverage with features like QLens and much more.
The LG Q7 has 3GB Of RAM and 32GB of storage and also a smaller 13MP rear camera. The LG Q7+ has 4GB of RAM and 64GB of storage as well as a 16MP rear camera. So, still no dual cameras.
LG will be rolling out the handset to global markets” across Asia, Latin America, the Middle East, Africa and Europe in the coming months. There’s still no official word over the pricing of the Q7a or Alpha but we should see that soon enough.