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LG G7 ThinQ

Android smartphone developed by LG Electronics

This article is about the phone. For the policy on speedy deletion regarding a deletion of an author's article, see G7

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BrandG series
ManufacturerLG Electronics
PredecessorLG G6
SuccessorLG G8 ThinQ
RelatedLG V40 ThinQ, LG Q6, LG Q7, LG Q9
Form factorSlate
Dimensions153.2 x 71.9 x 7.9 mm (6.03 x 2.83 x 0.31 in)
Mass162 g (5.75 oz)
Operating systemOriginal:Android8.0 "Oreo"Current:Android 10/11
System on chipQualcommSnapdragon845
CPUOcta-core (4x 2.8GHz & 4x 1.8GHz) Kryo
GPUAdreno 630
Storage64 or 128 GB
Removable storagemicroSDXC
Battery3000 mAhLi-Po, non removable
Data inputsFingerprint (rear-mounted), accelerometer, gyro, proximity, compass, barometer, color spectrum
Display6.09 in (155 mm) (full rectangle)
5.94 in (151 mm) (without notch)
3120 × 1440 1440pIPS LCD (19.5:9 aspect ratio) (564 ppi) Dolby Vision
Rear camera16 MP (f/1.6, OIS) + 16 MP wide angle (f/1.9), active autofocus, LED flash

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Front camera8 MP, f/1.9, 1080p
SoundMono "boombox" speaker, 3.5 mm stereo audio jack
ConnectivityType-C 1.0 reversible connector + 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac Wi-fi, dual-band + Bluetooth 5.0 + NFC + Radio + GPS

The LG G7 ThinQ, commonly referred to as just LG G7,[1] is an Android smartphone developed by LG Electronics as part of the LG G series. It was officially announced on May 2, 2018, after about a week of official leaks by LG. It is the second product from LG that uses the ThinQ branding.[2] The device serves as the successor to the 2017 LG G6.



The LG G7 ThinQ utilizes a metal chassis with a glass backing, and is IP68-rated for water and dust-resistance. It is available in black, blue, rose and silver-color finishes. The G7 features a 1440pFullVisionIPS LCD display, with a diagonal size of 6.1 inches. The display uses a 19:9 aspect ratio that is taller than the 18:9 displays used by the majority of smartphones, such as the Samsung Galaxy S9. The display is capable of a maximum output of 1000 nits, with the help of an additional white sub-pixel in the matrix. The display is HDR10-capable, supporting high dynamic range playback of YouTube and Netflix content. The G7 was also designed with slim bezels and a notch, similar to the iPhone X, which LG calls a "second screen." Unlike Apple's implementation of the notch, the notch can be blacked out on the G7.

The G7 utilizes the QualcommSnapdragon 845 system-on-chip with 4 GB of RAM. It is offered with 64 GB of internal storage, expandable via SD card. It supports wireless charging, and all models will support Qualcomm Quick Charge 4. All models in all markets will include quad Digital-to-analog converters (DAC) to enhance sound output, unlike the G6, which limited the quad DAC to select Asian markets.

There is a button on the side of the phone similar to Samsung's Bixby button; while it cannot be remapped, it launches Google Assistant when held, rather than a different A.I. Double tapping the button launches Google Lens.

The camera is a dual setup, with a primary lens and wide-angle lens, both are 16 MP.[3] In the camera app there is a portrait mode button and AI cam button which identifies 18 different situations such as pet mode, food mode, a sunset mode, fruit mode etc.


The LG G7 ThinQ ships with Android 8.0 "Oreo" and LG's UX skin. On June 29, 2018 a software update introduced 4K video recording at 60 FPS. In January 2019, LG released an update to Android 9 "Pie" in South Korea.[4] 2020 saw Android 10 updates in most regions.


LG G7 One[edit]

The LG G7 One was released in selected markets (such as Canada) in late-2018 as part of the Android One program. It is visually identical to the G7 ThinQ, except the glass backing has a softer, frosted finish, as opposed to the polished appearance of the ThinQ.[5] Its hardware is slightly downgraded from the G7 ThinQ, utilizing a Snapdragon 835 system-on-chip over the 845, 4 GB of RAM and 32 GB of expandable storage, a 3,000 mAh battery, and removing the second, wide-angle rear camera lens. As with all Android One phones, it uses the standard Android user interface and Google apps instead of LG UX (similarly to the former Nexus series, such as the LG-manufactured Nexus 5X); it ships with Android 8.1, and LG committed to releasing at least two major releases of Android for the device, as well as providing three years of security patch support. Android 9.0 "Pie" was released for the G7 One in November 2018,[6][7][8] followed by Android 10 in December 2019,[9] and Android 11 in March 2021.[10]

MobileSyrup noted some regressions over the G7 ThinQ due to the differences in hardware, especially in regards to battery life (such as the SoC downgrade resulting in a lack of Quick Charge 4+ support, and the G7 line's use of LCD over OLED as affecting its efficiency), but that the G7 One was "mostly fluid" and retained much of the ThinQ's hardware features (such as its audio support) whilst excluding LG's often-criticized user experience.[7] Due to its positioning and launch pricing, comparisons were drawn to the OnePlus 6T, but it was argued that although the 6T had a Snapdragon 845, a larger battery and an OLED display, the G7 One did have a sharper display with HDR support, a headphone jack with a DAC, and official IP certification for waterproofing.[7]

In December 2018, the G7 One was released in Japan as the LG X5 Android One.[11] In January 2019, it was announced for South Korea as the LG Q9 One, exclusively to LG U+ in a 64 GB model.[12]

LG G7 Fit[edit]

The LG G7 Fit was unveiled alongside the G7 One; it is a low-end variant of the ThinQ model, utilizing a Snapdragon 821 SoC with 4 GB of RAM, and featuring a 16 megapixel camera.[5]

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LG G7 ThinQ

LG G7 ThinQ The phone comes with a 6.10-inch touchscreen display with a resolution of 1440x3120 pixels. LG G7 ThinQ is powered by an octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 processor. It comes with 4GB of RAM. The LG G7 ThinQ runs Android 8.0 and is powered by a 3000mAh battery.

As far as the cameras are concerned, the LG G7 ThinQ on the rear packs 16-megapixel camera. It sports an 8-megapixel camera on the front for selfies.

LG G7 ThinQ is based on Android 8.0 and packs 64GB of inbuilt storage that can be expanded via microSD card (up to 2000GB). The LG G7 ThinQ is a dual-SIM mobile. The LG G7 ThinQ measures 153.20 x 71.90 x 7.90mm (height x width x thickness) and weighs 162.00 grams. It was launched in New Platinum Grey, New Aurora Black, New Moroccan Blue, and Raspberry Rose colours.

Connectivity options on the LG G7 ThinQ include Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac, GPS, Bluetooth v5.00, NFC, and FM radioWi-Fi Direct. Sensors on the phone include accelerometer, ambient light sensor, gyroscope, proximity sensor, and compass/ magnetometer.

As of 15th October 2021, LG G7 ThinQ price in India starts at Rs. 26,999.

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LG G7 ThinQ | 64GB, 4GB RAM | 6.1" QHD+ FullVision display | Snapdragon 845 | Android 9.0 Pie | Dual 16MP Rear Camera | PLATINUM GREY | T-Mobile Unlocked

Color:Platinum Grey

The front of the LG G7 is dominated by the flat 6.1 inch display. It is a LCD display, which personally doesn't bother me as it still looks fantastic and works for me in the environments where I travel. OLED has become the standard for most Android phones and the iPhone X, but all previous Apple iPhone models used LCD without people whining about the display technology. OLED screens have blacks that are darker than seen on LCD screens, but the concern I've read online is in regards to visibility in direct sunlight. It was a rare sunny day yesterday in Washington State and when I held the Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus, it has the best OLED display on any phone right now, at full brightness next to the LG G7 with the Super Bright toggle on then it was clear to me the LG G7 looked better in this condition. To be honest, the LG G7 looked to be the same as the S9 Plus without the Super Bright toggle enabled. This Super Bright toggle bumps the LG G7 up to 1000 nits. I'm not concerned at all about the G7 display being LCD instead of OLED. The LCD display has performed well over the past month and the only issue I have is one that I have had with LG's displays for years. LG's auto-brightness never works well for my preferences as it always provides a dimmer display than the conditions warrant. I simply turn it off and stick with brightness at 50 percent for most indoor conditions. Oddly though, LG calls its notch New Second Screen. In the past LG launched devices with an actual second screen that could contain shortcuts, call notifications and actions, speed dial options, and more. These functions have now moved to the floating bar on the G7. The New Second Screen is actually just the two small areas around the front notch where status information resides. You can customize the look of this area and the curvature below it, but it is not really a second screen even if that is what it is called. Processor - Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 up to 2.8 GHz x 4 + 1.7 GHz x 4 Octa-Core

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Update:The LG G7 is no longer the newest phone from the company now that the LG G8 is out, but it still has decent specs and retailers have likely dropped its price accordingly. Here's our updated review.

The LG G7 ThinQ touts a Super Bright LCD that's viewable in direct sunlight, which is ironic because the rest of it has a hard time standing out.

It's a reasonable, but not significant upgrade over last year's LG G6 with a larger 6.1-inch all-screen display, AI-enhanced cameras, a loud 'Boombox Speaker', a faster chipset, and at long last, an update to Android 9 Pie.

But even though it's been surpassed by the LG G8, It's also likely cheaper - which is better value so long as you're fine forgoing the newer phone's more powerful chipset and fancy new gesture-recognition tech.

You may not immediately be wowed by any of the LG G7 specs in comparison. It doesn't have a curved OLED screen like the Samsung Galaxy S10 line, the quad-lens rear camera of the Huawei P30 Pro, or the undeniable value of the OnePlus 6T. And despite its controversial notch cutout at the top, it doesn't have Apple's fancy 3D TrueDepth camera, as seen on the iPhone XS or iPhone X.

LG is emphasizing that this is a smart, not flashy, phone. As the 'ThinQ' part of the name suggests, the company is determined to push AI onto all of its smart devices no matter how awkward the moniker sounds. 

The execution on this new ThinQ phone is, thankfully, a little more practical than the nomenclature.

Watch our hands-on LG G7 ThinQ video below to see the phone in action

There's a dedicated AI button on the left side of the phone, and LG isn't forcing its own virtual assistant homebrew into your daily life like Samsung does with Bixby. 

No, this button leads to the familiar Google Assistant, and uses far-field voice recognition to better understand commands. In short, it's better than the Bixby button.

Its dual-lens AI camera emphasizes ThinQ, too, with its ability to categorize subjects and automatically tune its settings to snap better photos via machine learning. It can also recognize low-light situations, and employ Super Bright Mode to make photos and video four times as bright as on the G6, albeit – at a reduced resolution.

We tested LG G7 for several weeks, and noticed an uptick in photo quality next to the G6, just like we saw on the LG V30S ThinQ, the first LG phone with its AI camera and Bright Mode. 

It's not better than the Google Pixel 2, Google Pixel 2 XL, or Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus – most due to LG's smaller camera sensor size – but it's still a step up for LG, and this is one of the only phones with a wide-angle camera. 

The wide-angle rear camera was able to capture more of what we saw in front of us, and LG’s robust cinematic video tools make it easier to record 4K video with a lot of style. 

On the front of the G7, LG finally upgraded its front-facing camera to 8MP. That's where we see the biggest improvement among the cameras, if only because LG has been holding back with a 5MP on previous handsets.

Machine learning is just one way to aid in capturing superior photos, but like the megapixel count, what matters more are how the pictures look after everything is processed. We have a full gallery of photos later in the review.

The LG G7 wins on completeness, even if it doesn't have many standout features. It doesn't take big chances on design or battery life, but it looks stylish in most colors and lasts long enough with all-day longevity. 

It's biggest weakness is the price, specifically in the US, next to its competitors that are do things a little bit better in almost every department. 

Depending on where you live, it's either a good deal for a phone without much pizzazz (like in the UK), or overpriced and will have you counting down the days to the inevitable LG V40 (like in the US). LG G7 is this year's smartphone sleeper hit no matter where you live.

Price and release date

  • Release date: May/June 2018
  • US LG G7 price: $749
  • UK LG G7 price: £599
  • AU LG G7 price: AU$$1,099

The LG G7 ThinQ was announced on May 2, 2018 and its available in the UK, US, Australia and a number of other markets around the world

In the US, the LG G7 is available from all carriers apart from AT&T, which instead has opted to exclusivly stock the LG V35 instead.

The LG G7 price is more expensive than we had hoped: $749 in the US through Verizon and T-Mobile, with the latter selling the Raspberry Rose color exclusively. Verizon, meanwhile, is slashing the price by $100 if you buy it on a device payment plan ($31.25 a month for 24 months) – essentially making it $650, and 100% more confusing. Let's go 110% more confusing and cite that Sprint will have it for even more: $792. Ouch.

It's £599 SIM free in the UK, making it significantly cheaper than the Samsung Galaxy S9 launch price in the UK, even though the LG G7 is more expensive than the S9 in the US.

It's AU$1,099 in Australia at stores JB Hi-Fi and Mobileciti, that's cheaper than the S9.

Where you are in the world really determines whether or not the G7 is a good value.

Super Bright LCD and glass design

  • 6.1-inch Super Bright LCD display makes it easier to see your phone screen outdoors
  • Notch design makes way for status icon-filled ‘New Second Screen’ 
  • Sleep/wake button moved to the side, fingerprint sensor remains on back
  • Glass back, 3.5mm headphone and IP68 water-resistance 

The LG G7's design puts an emphasis on its 6.1-inch LCD screen, which takes up nearly the entire front of the device, save for a notch at the top and a small chin bezel at the bottom. 

Its clean-looking unibody glass and all-screen aesthetic are a big upgrade over the fractured metal LG G5 look two years ago, even if this means you have to forgo a replaceable battery.

LG calls the top screen space to the left and right of the notch its ‘New Second Screen’ – it’s not. At least not like it was on the LG V10 and LG V20 second screen which showed detailed notifications. This is simply where the time, battery life percentage, and small notification icons live.

The notch is also LG’s way of expanding the screen to a 19.5:9 aspect ratio – there’s a smidgen more space to fit all of those status icons. And, hey, if you don’t like the controversial notch look, you can always ‘hide' it by masking the screen corners. 

Or, if you really want to highlight this Apple-esque design trait, you can change up the color and even add gradients (the middle notch will always be black, though). 

You can see the blacked-out LCD sides surrounding the notch, but only with a discriminating eye in certain light. However, after several months of using the LG G7 we grew to accept the notch, and we now hardly notice it.

The LCD also carriers an always-on display, despite the fact that this is more of an OLED-benefiting technology.

Why LCD? LG likes to boast that its entire display can get very bright – maxing out at 1,000 nits. This makes it ideal for outdoor use when a normal smartphone peaks at 500 or maybe 600 nits. LG calls this its Super Bright Display, and says it's 30% more energy efficient in this mode versus the LG G6 screen.

The Super Bright Display mode lasts for three minutes, a cap meant to save your battery and not overheat the device. That was just enough time to read messages our phone screen while walking outdoors in direct sunlight in our preliminary testing. 

The problem is that the Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus we were carrying also showed a peak brightness of more than 1,000 nits. It’s one of the few phones that can do this besides the G7, but it’s also LG’s chief smartphone rival. It some cases, the G7 looked brighter without distorting the images on-screen, but not always.

The LG G7 ThinQ has an easy-to-reach fingerprint sensor on back, just below a vertically stacked dual-lens rear camera. Only this sensor pad doesn’t click in to double as a sleep/wake button, like on other recent LG devices. 

LG’s design team has returned the power to the right side of the phone – where it belongs – after much feedback. They've clearly gotten our letters.

Remember when LG used to put both the sleep/wake button and volume buttons on the back of its phones, circa LG G4? Yes, it provided cleaner sides, and it was easier to grasp the device without accidentally pressing these buttons, but the design always felt too unconventional. The LG G7 feels like a mainstream, immediately familiar smartphone, and that’s pleasing.

There is one extra button, too: the new dedicated AI button that sits on left side of the metal frame. More than a few times, we mispressed this Google Assistant shortcut, mistaking it for the volume down key on the left side. It’s the same problem we have with Samsung’s Bixby button. 

Luckily, you can turn off LG’s AI button, and the company is contemplating letting users remap it to another action in the future. LG could have avoided this issue though by adding a textured finish to the AI button, making it easier to recognize under thumb.

LG’s AI button is better than Samsung’s, however. A single press launches Google Assistant, a double press launches you straight into Google Lens, and a long press on the key takes you straight into voice commands with Assistant. It’s a far more intuitive system than Samsung’s, and one we can see ourselves using.

The LG G7 has a clean, albeit plainer look than the curved Samsung Galaxy S9 and Apple’s completely chin-less all-screen OLED. It feels premium in the hand, and at 162g is has a good weight without being too overbearing. Those with smaller palms will still likely find the LG G7 too big to use one-handed though.

One thing to note though, the glass rear of the LG G7 is a real fingerprint magnet, so if you're not planning on putting a case on the phone be prepared to give it regular wipes.

You can opt for a variety of colors to spice things up: Raspberry Rose, New Moroccan Blue, New Aurora Black, and New Platinum Gray. 

Not all LG G7 colors will be available in all countries. In the US, you'll find Raspberry Rose on T-Mobile. New Moroccan Blue is exclusive to the UK via O2.


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