If you're wondering what's going on with the LG G7 ThinQ, then you're going to have a little more information rammed down your eyeballs, as a new press render has emerged. LG famously skipped its regular Mobile World Congress launch for the LG G7 as the company tries to revive its dwindling smartphone business.
The new leak confirms that the LG G7 ThinQ will sport an edge-to-edge display with a notch akin to the iPhone X. The display is slightly curved at the corners, probably for a better hand grip. The leaked press render of the G7 ThinQ has suggested the smartphone will feature a vertically stacked dual rear camera setup.
The G7 ThinQ will be formally announced on the 2nd of May in a press event in NY. Apple made a decision to curb that with a flexible OLED, which, even though is a great solution, it is also an expensive one.
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Obviously, we can't be sure this is the real phone until it emerges on May 2 (thanks for that one, LG), but such items from Evleaks have been reliable in the past, and it jives perfectly with the spy shots TechRadar exclusively published.
Also worth noting is the button on the right side of the device. Therefore, we're assuming this is a dedicated power button, something that hasn't been included on an LG phone in a while due to the function being built into the rear-mounted fingerprint reader. Like LG did with the V30 ThinQ, the LG G7 ThinQ will have a few AI capabilities.
According to a recent report, the notch on the LG G7 ThinQ will be optional. The camera app on the G7 ThinQ will have smart scene detection modes wherein the camera will automatically adjust settings depending on the lighting conditions and the scene detected.