Techy fans have been eyeing again on one of the latest mobile offering from LG company.  As soon as LG company announced that they will soon release the LG G7 ThinQ. A lot of people have been wondering about the new mobile phone’s  specs, price and specially its special feature. Some are also speculating about what the phone looks like, the colors and what makes it different from the previously released LG phones. The long wait is finally over. @evleaks has released an image of the phone’s appearance, showing each and every angle of the new phone, giving its fans a clearer picture of what the actual phone looks like.


It was revealed that the LG G7 ThinQ will have a gray/silver color option in which the front bezel is black which best suits the overall covering of the phone. A shiny metal frame and and a rear glass curves adds beauty and class to the phone and these features are also present on other LG phones such as LG V30 and LG G6. The camera’s orientation was also changed. LG G7 ThinQ camera is now in a vertical position and a fingerprint scanner is placed right below the camera.


The power button is retained on the upper right part of the phone and the left side gives user the access to three kinds of buttons, the + volume, – volume and rumor has been spreading that the third button is said to be used as a Google Assistant Shortcut, a new addition to the LG mobile phone feature.


Well, we can never enjoy a phone without music and to store lots of music a memory card is needed. With LG G7 ThinQ, a memory card and Sim card tray is placed on top and the bottom has a headphone jack and a USB C-port is next to the loudspeaker grille.


LG did not only change the phone’s main appearance. It’s performance was also revamped with the use of one of the latest processor, the Snapdragon 845 CPU, a 6-inch display, 6GB of RAM, and a 3,000 mAh battery which can last for hours. Amazed by it’s new appearance? Heads Up!! The latest LG G7 ThinQ is set to be announced in Seoul on May 3 and May 2 in New York.

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