The new LG G7 will land at the end of April. The Korean company has released some information on its smartphone and confirmed its release date.
LG revealed the release date of the LG G7 ThinQ to ETNews media. The LG G7 will have a preview in South Korea.
It will be unveiled at the end of April and available a few days later in mid-May. We do not yet know what the situation is for the other countries.
LG also stated that its smartphone will be offered at a reasonable price. Everything depends on LG but one can hope that it will be well below those of its direct competitors. That’s pretty good news.
The company has achieved this by limiting component costs. They opted for an M-LCD display rather than an OLED panel. It does not escape the famous notch.
The LG G7 will be the first smartphone of the brand to use M-LCD technology.
It is supposed to be 35% less energy consuming than a conventional LCD and offer the same level of quality as an OLED.
LG G7 ThinQ – opens up the door to artificial intelligence
The G7 will also be the first smartphone of the brand to be equipped with a 16MP dual camera with an aperture of f/1.5.
This dual sensor will see its capabilities multiplied tenfold by an artificial intelligence unit.
It is partly for this reason that the G7 is now labelled ThinQ. This is the recognition sign for all LG inflated AI devices.
The artificial intelligence of the camera will be able to improve photos in low light conditions or analyze subjects divided into eight different categories (portrait, food, pets, landscape, city, flower, sunrise and sunset).
AI is not limited to photography.
It is at the service of other functions such as the recognition of objects or places.
To summarize everything we know about the LG G7, the smartphone runs on a Snapdragon 845 processor. It has a FullVision screen with an 18:9 ratio and a notch.
The smartphone is equipped with 6GB of RAM and 64GB or 128GB of storage. The battery should be 3000mAh.
Finally, the hull manufacturer Olixar offers us a new overview of the smartphone through several 3D renderings.