LG has brought up its new device named LG G7 ThinQ which is the successor of the previous LG G6. As a matter of fact, G6 received a warm welcome all because the market was hot. Now with G7 rolling, buyers have been waiting for something to be a bummer but LG has decided to keep low and efficient. What the package offers to you, let’s get started with the review.


New LG G7 ThinQ bundles some good features but is mostly inherited from its predecessor i.e., LG G6. The AI Camera is decent, has loud speakers and an impressive bright display. All over, the smartphone can be considered right on the value for money. Also, with all high class specifications, LG G7 ThinQ shines between its rivals. Even though, the smartphone does offer some latest features making it a good option for buyers. LG is trying hard and it is going really well.

Sneak Peek  

LG G7 ThinQ features the latest Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 SoC clocked at maximum 2.8GHz. The smartphone comes in 2 variants, where the cheaper one feature 64GB of internal storage paired with 4GB of RAM and the higher one features 128GB of internal storage paired with 6GB of RAM. It also packs Adreno 630 GPU which brilliantly turns up the gaming boost when needed.

What’s cool What’s not so cool
The display is very bright; can be seen in direct sunlight

Wide-angle camera

Loud ‘BoomBox’ speakers

Battery life could have been improved

Not-so-cool design





Design Inspired From The Predecessor

The smartphone acquires a glass design which looks very gorgeous, the power button has been moved to the corner and a dedicated Google Assistant key is given. The device offers a medium sized notch and narrow chin bezels at the bottom. The unibody glass design looks clean and attractive. The rear camera setup is aligned vertically in the center under which resides the fingerprint reader. Moreover, the device is IP69 certified water resistant too. The smartphone looks premium and is also very comfortable to hold. The shuffle of hard keys may require some time to get hold off but once done, it is so smooth to touch that no one can ignore.

Also Read: LG G6 Review


Extra Bright And Efficient Display

As for the specifications, the smartphone features a 19:9 6.1-inches IPS LCD display with a notch. Well, the most common question is why LCD even at this price? About that, LG promises a better efficiency and brighter display in direct sunlight. Experimentally, the display was found be really brighter in necessary conditions. LG calls it ‘Super Bright Mode’ which lasts for 3 minutes to keep the temperature of the device low, but honestly, 3 minutes are enough to check the notifications out of our home and reply. The smartphone is fitted with LG exclusive ‘Boombox’ speaker for extra sound and they perform very well. With normal equalizer control, boombox enhancements are quite effective.


Swift Transitions And Impressive UI with Brilliant Performance

LG G7 ThinQ runs on Android 8.0 (Oreo) which is not stock but also doesn’t contain much bloat-ware to affect the performance of the device. The LG skin is not the best but is still better because it is very light on phone. After all, it has the latest processor latest GPU and more than enough RAM to sustain any task given so the performance is surely going to be massive hit. It runs smooth through every process; let it be work or gaming. Every task is handled with ease and effortlessly that the phone seems to be floating around. Utility software works very well and also the phone is easy on the hands and pockets.


Picture With A Lot Of Beautification

The LG G7 houses a really good camera. The rear camera setup has dual 16MP lens which has an extra wide view, the powerful AI Tech automatically understands the object and customizes the settings accordingly. It has Super Bright Camera which offers 4x brightness. The front facing 8MP camera is better than earlier LG models designed for some really beautiful and detailed selfies. Both the cameras are very good in sunlight and decent in low light conditions.


Long Lasting Battery To Power Up Your Display

LG G7 ThinQ sports a decent 3000mAh non-removable battery which can give you a full day backup with average usage. It has Quick Charge 3.0 which gives 60% juice in just 30 minutes of charge which can last long enough for you in urgent cases. The device also supports wireless charging, which is good as well. The smartphone doesn’t heat up that much during fast charging as well as heavy working which is an attractive characteristic.

Also Read: LG Q6 Review

Some Unique Features Of LG G7 ThinQ:

·Super Bright Mode
·4x bright Camera
·Dedicated Google-assistant keys
·Powerful AI support

Tech Specs


Form factor Touchscreen
Dimensions (mm) 153.20 x 71.90 x 7.90
Weight (g) 162.00
Battery capacity (mAh) 3000
Colours New Platinum Grey, New Aurora Black, New Moroccan Blue, Raspberry Rose


Screen size (inches) 6.10
Touchscreen Yes
Resolution 1440×3120 pixels


Processor octa-core
Processor make Qualcomm Snapdragon 845
Internal storage 64GB
Expandable storage Yes
Expandable storage type microSD
Expandable storage up to (GB) 2


Rear camera 16-megapixel
Rear Flash LED
Front camera 8-megapixel


Operating System Android 8.0


Wi-Fi Yes
Wi-Fi standards supported 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac
Bluetooth Yes, v 5.00
Headphones 3.5mm
FM Yes
Number of SIMs 2


Compass/ Magnetometer Yes
Proximity sensor Yes
Accelerometer Yes
Ambient light sensor Yes
Gyroscope Yes


We know LG is stepping out in the market, but it is also keeping in mind its needs to sustain the livings. All things aside, there is a need to categorize and differentiate the products which will help the customers to sought out the products. LG seems to be working hard and giving extra time in working and management otherwise it’s not an easy job for a known flagship to work under unfavorable conditions.

Leaving the details, the device offers almost every latest thing you might need in a device. If you don’t have a budget limit, you can actually turn down to this one. The phone is a good piece from LG which deserves attention.


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"Gadgets For You" Belongs to Srishti Agarwal, a commerce graduate by degree but a technophile and a writer by heart. Her love for gadgets and writing made her choose a profession which is altogether a new journey. Being a novice in the blogging community, she strives to provide her audience with reviews on the latest gadgets and guidance tips on OS and Applications.

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