LG is preparing to launch its new flagship smartphone, which is reportedly named LG G7 ThinQ. While we have already seen lots of leaks related to the phone’s specifications and features as well as images and renders, the new render of the LG G7 ThinQ by @evleaks gives the best view of the phone’s design.
There is a thick metal frame, which reminds us the company’s another model LG G6. The phone also has rounded corners around the phone’s frame. Further, the renders also confirm that the phone’s display will feature a notch on the display — just like most other flagship smartphones launching this year.
The notch consists of a typical sensor, a front-facing camera sensor, and a small earpiece. The smartphone is expected to come with a dual rear camera setup with two 16-megapixel sensors, which will be a step up from the 16-megapixel + 13-megapixel combo setup on the LG V30.
Based on the previous reports, the phone will also come with recording and playback support for HDR 10. The flagship phone is expected to sport an M+ LCD display with a panel said to be “twice as bright as the G6 and significantly more colorful.”
Under the hood, the LG G7 ThinQ is expected to be powered by the latest Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 chipset and have up to 6GB of RAM. The phone is believed to feature an extra physical button to trigger an AI-enabled voice assistant.
The South Korean company has already scheduled a launch event for LG G7 ThinQ on 2nd May in New York, followed by a domestic launch in Seoul on 3rd March. So, it’s just a matter of a couple of weeks before the company officially reveals the pricing and availability details.