LG G7 ThinQ Review 45 Days Later: The Best Phone No One Will Buy

The LG G7 ThinQ is a solid phone that fell victim to poor timing and subpar marketing.

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41 Replies to “LG G7 ThinQ Review 45 Days Later: The Best Phone No One Will Buy”

  1. Mario Losberg

    My coworker have LG L bello 4 years old, never been on servis… great phone, still works… I like this phone, but price is litlle bit high and battery is weak…

  2. Gal

    LG UI > Samsung UI.
    Also, no one pays attention to the incredible battery optimizations on LG devices. The V30 with 3300mah battery outperforms the Mate 20 Pro that has 4200mah. That's ridiculous.

  3. Mike Wilson

    The g7 is awesome. I've had this for 7 months now and ZERO problems. However, I don't use Twitter, Facebook, Snapchat, Instagram or any other type of social media at all. My wife does and her phones will start acting "funny" after 6 months (Samsung). I use it as my wallet, jukebox, TV, book, remote (for everything), widescreen camera and phone. I still feel as excited about it as the day I got it! I'll use this phone for as long as possible.

  4. Frank Merfalen

    I love LG phones! Feature packed, superb DAC, headphone jack, etc. I just might get the V50 when it comes out. My only complaint is LG, like Samsung, is extremely slow updating their phones!

  5. S.T T.

    Most people wont buy it,cause most people are dumb sheeps. I both it just few hours ago after using HTC 10 for the last 2 years. Fantastic phone! Got one for me,and one for my girlfriend. Most people buy Skoda and VW. Most people buy mainstream. I drive Lexus. Before i buy certain product,i do research. People (sheeps) buy stuff,just cause other people( sheeps) both same stuff too. I like rare. I like different. I hate VW,hate even more Skoda. I hate Samsung,Apple and Huawei. So you are wrong. There are people who will buy that phone,and we are happy that the rest wont. Cause that makes us special.

  6. hannah anderson

    I have the G6 , got it for a mere 499 brand new, it works great never an issue, was going to trade it in for the new Galaxy s10, but changed my mind as this phone works great still, battery life is still very good and movies are crisp and clean. LG is terribly underrated and for the bulk of smartphone users it can't be beat.

  7. Samuel Britt

    Ive had my G7 since release and its Absoulty amazing. Ive never had any issues with it what so ever in almost the year i have had it. ( except I dropped it with the case on it. But it landed on a rock on the finger print scanner and it destroyed the back glass. But no biggie doesnt effect the phone

  8. The Cisco Kidd

    in the base 64GB 4Gb versionThe G6 the best phone no one will buy. Well I bought it and have to say it was garbage. I also bought a used G7, I dont know LG to me feels cheap and it carries on with this version as well as all the garbage bloat it comes with. There in my opinion are better options

  9. Maso Los Angeles

    I truely Liked this review i think you nailed the most important aspects of what makes the G7 ThinQ a Great Flagship Phone i honestly value soo much the effort and the Quality of the Audio on this Phone is Just AMAZING i had the ThinQ and the Note 9 both for a Week i could have picked any of both but i went with the G7 and dont regret it at all i Love The G7 its just such an overall Great Phone Boombox Speaker is really usefull and really good LG Diserves Alot More Recognition

  10. Cruzan9

    My experience with LG phones (my last two in over the last 4+ years) has been okay. My major issue is battery life during and near the end of the 2nd year as well as performance decline. It's horrible. I have had my last LG phone since July 2016 and it's getting worse. Just because upgrades are available doesn't mean I want one but when the phone performance and battery starts to crap out around the second year I have no choice but to get another. It's a bit annoying. I may reconsider going back to Samsung.

  11. Guys Life

    i was a huge fun of lg but when i bought lg g5 i was so disappointed and hated lg because i encountered a lot of problems…but maybe it's time for me to move on and try lg again

  12. SuperSpyMario

    Currently writing this comment via my LG G7+ Thinq. It's an awesome phone. If you ask where i got the "+" version, it's from online. That's the international version by the way.

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