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LG G7 ThinQ (LMG710EM.AGBRBK) Sim-Free Smartphone, 6.1-inch QHD+ Display, 4GB RAM, 64GB Storage, Android 8.0 - Black
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- G7 ThinQ display boasts its brightest screen, precise colour reproduction, and lower power consumption.
- AI CAM analyses the shooting environment, assigns one of the 19 scene categories and provides 4 optimized filters to take the guess work out of taking the best photo possible.
- LG G7ThinQ has powerful AI voice recognition function so it understands your command even in noise environments and gets things done.
- LG G7ThinQ Boom box speaker creates rich bass and powerful sound by using the whole smartphone body as resonance chamber which is a new and creative technology.
- The LG G7ThinQ isn't just a beautifully designed phone, it can handle the rough and tumble of everyday use.
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|Display Resolution Max||3120 x 1440||—||1440x2880||—||—||2280 x 1080|
|Display Size||6.1 inches||6.1 inches||5.7 inches||6 inches||6 inches||6.28 inches|
|Item Dimensions||15.32 x 7.19 x 0.79 cm||7.19 x 0.79 x 15.32 cm||14.9 x 7.2 x 0.78 cm||15.17 x 7.5 x 0.73 cm||15.16 x 7.54 x 0.74 cm||15.57 x 0.78 x 7.4 cm|
|Item Weight||162 grams||162 grams||163 grams||300 grams||158 grams||0.54 kg|
|Memory Storage Capacity||64 GB||64 GB||32 GB||64 GB||128 GB||64 GB|
|Operating System||android||android||android||android||Android 7.1 Nougat||android|
|Wireless Communication Technology||4G||—||4G||4G||HSDPA||4G|
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Introducing the LG G7 ThinQ
Super is the word often used to describe something or an experience that is outstanding or remarkable and the LG ThinQ delivers a number of SUPER experiences designed for everyday or what matters most.
Super Bright Display
Sporting Massive 6.1" Quad HD+ Full Vision display which emits high brightness in direct sunlight up to the 1000nits, so no matter what weather you may need to wear your sunglasses!
Super Bright Camera
Low light photography is taken to a whole new level with images that are up to four times brighter without the graininess typical of photos shot in dim light, all without the flash being required.
Super Far field voice recognition (SSFVR)
Working with our partners Google and Qualcomm the LG G7 ThinQ offers a highly sensitive microphone, Google Assistant can recognise voice commands from up to five meters away. Able to separate commands from background noise, making the LG G7 ThinQ a great alternative to a home AI speaker even when the TV is on or the vacuum cleaner is running.
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Super Bright Display
Your world just got a whole lot brighter. The G7 ThinQ packs additional white pixels into the screen for stunning picture clarity and brightness—while maximizing battery efficiency.
The G7 ThinQ provides the creative eye, so you can get your perfect shot. AI CAM analyses subjects in your frame and provides easy recommendations on how to improve your picture.
The G7ThinQ uses its inner space as a resonance chamber to amp up the bass and deliver a premium, loud, and room-filling audio experience.
DTS : X 3D Surround Sound
7.1 channel surround sound delivers cinematic audio on the go and brings a new sense of realism to your listening experience.
Google Assistant Key
Click the Google Assistant Key and your Google Assistant is ready to respond, press and hold to skip your introductory ‘Hey Google’, and double-click to access Google Lens.
Take it anywhere, use it anywhere—the military grade design is water, dust, and worry resistant.
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There were a lot of people complaining LG decided to go with LCD instead of OLED but man I will take this LCD screen over OLED any day, it's one of the best LCD screens I've ever seen plus it can reach brightness of 1000 nits
The software experience is smooth fast and responsive and the only place I've seen any slow down/ lag is in the camera but I'm sure LG can fix this with a software update
Overall it ticks all the boxes I want in a phone
Great battery life
Smooth and responsive software
The DAC honestly wasn't as life changing as I expected, to get sound I like I had to:
- create custom eq setting, & leave the surround sound thing on 'wide'
- install the EQ app (Equalizer, with orange icon) I used on the last phone, and enable the 'Sound amplifier' option. This is the biggest thing - I found the sound was weirdly not 'punchy' in the mid ranges where all the interesting stuff is until I did this
Think it's an OK state now, but really I could have got a OnePlus and a 'Dragonfly' DAC or something and still spent less money than this...
Living in the UK, getting a phone whose screen's main feature is that it goes very bright was probably a daft idea. I miss having OLED, especially at night when you don't want to be blinded by light. On screen motion creates a blur, and there's absolutely no sense of 'wow this is a nice screen' when watching something on Netflix etc. Protip, in fullscreen video you can pinch to zoom in/out, if you want to use the full phone width for the video (chopping top/bottom off slightly).
This phone is actually thicker than my old Nexus, slightly gutting.
My Nexus 6P is still getting the most recent Android 8.1 security patches. Meanwhile this is on some ancient version of 8.0. I imagine it's gona be some wait for Android 9 :(
The 'boombox' speaker thing is garbage. There's an inescapable '2010 chav on the bus' tinniness to the sound produced, even if the mid/lower bits sound slightly better than normal. Worse, having one speaker, on one side, means that your default built in speaker experience is sub par. You definitely notice it coming not from the phone in general, but from one side.
Photos look nice, but look bad as soon as you zoom in, in a way that didn't happen with my Nexus. But maybe I need to tweak something. The AI Cam feature identifies everything as ham.
Every time you insert a SIM card, it resets the default launcher. Said launcher is pretty reasonable (after enabling app draw) though; I've been switching between that and a sideloaded Google Pixel launcher.
It feels fast! Wonder how long this will last...
Get a OnePlus/something else. If you want Audio, this isn't all that. Otherwise you condemn yourself to walk the earth for the next few years with an LCD screen, ancient android version, seeing nothing but ham.
1. Nice screen. Plenty of colour. Probably the best LCD screen out there.
2. Has a headphone jack still.
3. Good audio quality, specially through the headphone jack.
4. Boombox speakers are good
4. Good 8MP front camera
5. Good dual 16MP back camera, with good low light photos
6. Priced about £100 less than rivals like Samsung
The not so good-
1.. The LG version of Android is not as good as the original Android version
2. Battery life and battery size could have been better
3. AI cam features at the moment are not that useful (Hopefully this may improve with software updates?)
4. Nothing extraordinary about the design (I'm being picky here)
All in all a good phone, specially if you can get a good deal on it..
However, when I tried to turn it on, I couldn't find the power button on the side of the phone, which was weird, because LG had brought the power button back for the G7 series. I turned the phone around and lo and behold, a small sign in a friendly font reading "G6". Once I powered on the phone it said "LG G6 Thinq" (which is sort of legitimate, because LG tried rebranding G6 phones after the Thinq moniker entered the market). I'm going to send this back to Amazon for a refund.
My advice to potential buyers is to have a camera ready and film the unboxing, in case they happen to become a victim of this malpractice as well.