At IFA conference in Berlin earlier this year, LG announced the launch of two new smartphones in its G7 series phones, namely LG G7 One and LG G7 Fit. These smartphones are considered as lower versions of the flagship LG G7 ThinQ. However, many months down the line, the LG G7 Fit did not appear on the shelves. According to the South Korean manufacturing giant, this device has finnaly hit the shelves three months after its release. The phone has been listed in Europe, Asia, Latin America and the Middle East, but the official price has not been disclosed.
The LG G7 Fit phone uses the Snapdragon 821 chipset, but it still retains the flagship display and other advanced features in the ThinQ and One versions. The processor is supported by 4GB of RAM and 32 GB of storage. There is also a similar version called LG G7 Fit+, which has 64 GB of storage and both have microSD extensions. LG said that G7 Fit supports upp to 2TB of memory expansion, but a 2TB of memory card is almost invisible in the market. Other configurations of this are consistent with the G7, including the Quad DAC, DTS: X, IP68, and more.