LG G7 ThinQ Hands-on Review

ALL YOU NEED TO KNOW about the LG G7 ThinQ’s top features.

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35 Replies to “LG G7 ThinQ Hands-on Review”

  1. Dave A

    Wide Angle Cam, Quality DAC, Headphone Jack, Great Speaker, SD Card, FM Radio, Waterproofing, Fingerprint Scanner, Wireless Charging… ticks so many boxes, great job LG.

  2. Δημήτρης A

    the only reason to buy this phone is the 2nd camera..nothing more!! its too big and not water resistant!!!! 2018 and there are still companies that dont make their phones water resistant! -.-

  3. samuray

    The best smart phone ever on the market for the moment. Same as V20 one year ago. I have my LG V20 with google pixel camera app. So I compared camera with iPhone x… Iphon x is totally sucks! Also compared with iPhone 7+ same shit, iPhone sucks. For me camera the most important part if a smartphone and I still can't find the smartphone just with the same quality of camera as v20.

  4. Critique Truth

    Honestly I don't see any advantage of having Notch, just disadvantage like distraction while watching video. Even black border on white bezel like my previous Gold HTC 10 was distracting. Thankfully many companies now have black bezels including the recent product Red IPhone. Hopefully Notch will be gone as well.

  5. trigolis

    For the love of tech and consumer advocacy PLEASE don't get an LG! Their end support for their products is HORRIBLE!!!!
    It's 2018 and there are still NO security patches to fix their older Android products. Basically LG is leaving their products vulnerable to exploits that are easily fixable by releasing Google's Android security fixes yet they do NOT bother to do it.

    No more LG Android products for me.

  6. Bobby Roberts

    You guys should get your facts checked before posting the video. The speaker is still a mono speaker, not stereo. Front cam have portrait mode even without 2nd cam.

  7. ignasb

    You were a little incorrect regarding the part about LG V10/V20 second screen. It's not OLED. It's just a separate LCD with an independent illumination. Still useful though.

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