Published: Tue, April 24, 2018
IT&Software | By Alfonso Woods

LG G7 ThinQ Leaks Out Yet Again and Shows Off Every Angle

LG G7 ThinQ Leaks Out Yet Again and Shows Off Every Angle

The notch houses the selfie camera, in-call speaker as well as ambient and proximity sensors.

Respecting the tradition of the past years, LG is preparing to launch its new top phone for the current year.

Exactly how good it will be remains to be seen, but we now have a slightly better idea, as an image seemingly shot with the phone has been leaked. Events will be held in NY and Seoul.

LG G7 ThinQ, LG's upcoming flagship is all set to launch on May 2. Unlike the one leaked by Blass last week, the new render allows us to take a look at the smartphone from all angles. There will also be a Vision AI-powered face unlock feature that will bring facial recognition as a means of authentication.

On the cameras, the device comes with a dual cameras at the back panel.

It's also likely shot using non-final hardware and software, so in other words the finished LG G7 ThinQ will probably be able to take better photos than this, which bodes well, since this shot is far from bad. The power key will retain its original position on the upper right-edge of the body.

The power key has been placed on the right edge of the smartphone, while the volume rocker key has been placed on the left edge along with another button that may be used to launch a Virtual Assistant, (Google Assistant or the company's own AI-powered Assistant).

If the rumours are legit, the LG G7 ThinkQ will be the first smartphone to feature a dedicated button for Google Assistant. Apart from that, the handset will also come with the 3.5-mm audio connector to attach headphones. And, on top is the SIM tray.

Under the hood, the G7 ThinQ is expected to sport a Snapdragon 845 processor, armed with support for Qualcomm's Quick Charge 4.0 fast-charging tech, 6GB of RAM and a slew of new artificial intelligence features (hence the ThinQ branding). There will be an M+ LCD display available on-board.

The smartphone's dual rear camera setup will is believed to make use of two 16-megapixel sensors.

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