"With the LG G7 ThinQ, LG is continuing to deliver on its promise to enhance core technologies to meet customers' real life needs by incorporating AI technologies that are more than features, they are part of the user experience". That's similar to the line it pursued with the LG G6, and it may be where LG envisions the V35 ThinQ to sit in this year's product range. The phone also runs on Android 8.0 Oreo.
Speaking of the newly announced handset, we got our first look this week.
The back of the V35 ThinQ is home to dual camera setup that's located in the center in horizontal orientation, with the LED flash module to its right and the fingerprint scanner down below. The button allows users to launch Google Assistant and Lens, but it can not be remapped.
Speaking of audio, we should mention the LG Boombox speaker, which uses the space in the G7 ThinQ as a resonance chamber - apparently it can reach volumes up to 10 times that of a standard smartphone, if you want to pump out your tunes on the go. In this walk down memory lane, you will see how LG evolved its own idea of a flagship phone, jumping from extravagant ideas like that of the modular G5 to adopting the unique wide-angle secondary camera and other decisions.
USA gains 164000 jobs in April; unemployment falls to 3.9%
April's low unemployment rate is getting a great deal of attention in the press since a rate below 4% is a rare phenomenon. That was still the fewest amount of jobs created in six months and followed an outsized gain of 324,000 in February.
LG hasn't revealed the price of G7 ThinQ, but it's most likely to be above Rs 35,000.
Are you buying the LG G7 ThinQ or do you plan to wait for the V35?
We should know more details about the phone in the weeks ahead. And not only did the back camera get a boost, the selfie cam is now 8MP.