Latest LG G7 ThinQ image leak shows the phone from every side

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One week ago, we got a pretty clear look at the LG G7 ThinQ and its display notch. Now we’re getting an even better peek at the upcoming Android flagship, and this time we get to see every side of it.

New images that show every side of the LG G7 ThinQ have leaked. Shared by Evan Blass, the renders clealy show the G7 ThinQ’s display notch, dual rear cameras, and rear fingerprint reader. There are USB-C and 3.5mm jacks on the bottom of the phone, and below the volume rocker on the phone’s left side is what’s rumored to be a dedicated Google Assistant button.

The LG G7 ThinQ appears to have a design similar to the LG G6 but with a few small tweaks, like the addition of a display notch and the switch from a horizontal dual rear camera setup to a vertical one. Of course, the G7 ThinQ will likely have some spec improvements over its predecessor, like a Snapdragon 845 processor. Also included will be some AI camera features.

The LG G7 ThinQ will be officially unveiled on May 2, so we should learn all of its spec details and LG’s launch plans then. Based on what we’ve seen of it so far, are you interested in the LG G7 ThinQ?

Source: Evan Blass (Twitter)

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  • Matthew Sinclair

    Gross. I’ve had the v10 v20 and v30. I’ll pass on this ugly screened turd. The notch is horrible looking. Yuck.

  • Tim S

    Insult to injury, if LG is so bent on the screen to surface ratio, why couldn’t they have just moved the screen into unused space down instead of the stupid notch up top?

  • pda96

    Notch = dumb arse marketing personnel.

  • Plow Rox

    Notch smotch, where’s the update support info? Improve this to #1 and they could sell chin straps with the phone!

  • Red

    I’m rapidly developing serious trust issues with T-Mobile concerning any phone that they sell, with the shitty example of the V30 Oreo upgrade (or lack thereof). Doubt I’d buy anything branded from them again.

    • pda96

      We all should buy unlocked phones. They usually get updates before the carrier phones..

      • mavricxx

        Doesn’t work that way if you bought a device from a carrier which came already locked. You don’t get updates automatically cause that phone’s software is in a sense “locked” to that carrier. You can put in a different carrier’s SIM but the software is dependent on the original carrier. Trust me I have an old S7 and even though I upgraded and had it unlocked all the software updates have been from T-Mobile. Wish it worked like you just said but it doesn’t unless you have “Google” version which we haven’t seen one in years.

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  • Francisco Peña

    Sorry LG.. you lost me… Got my new shiny Galaxy S9 now… Shame as I’ve had the G4, G5, and then G6.

    • james

      I’m rocking a so but I’m going to get the lg I hate Samsungs setting bigsby sux and there mic stinks

  • Jason

    Look at that notch boy!! That notch though…. LG G7 NotchQ

  • Gardo

    Oh boy I hate the stupid notch, I hope Samsung doesn’t follow suit with this stupid trend. If they do, I’ll keep my s8 plus forever.

  • Sammie Bell

    I thought LG was dicontinuing the “G” series with their phones? Another G series phone to follow-up last year’s G6 failure of a 2017 flagship device. Let’s see how this G7 pans out.