Similarly, after Moto X4 and Nokia 6.1, LG is going to gain some momentum in the US with the launch of the LG Q7. Evidence related to this have been found in the kernel source code for the yet-to-be-launched LG Stylo 4. Most of the manufacturers except Xiaomi has been very fast in releasing the latest update to their respective Android One devices.
Days after a new LG phone arrived at T-Mobile, a leak has emerged with info on another LG device that may launch at T-Mo in the near future.
The source code of the device includes terms like "mcv5a", "tmo", "us" and "sprout.".
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The two companies also made announcements to talk up their merger and share some more details on their plans. Ever since that deal was announced T-Mobile has been quiet about how their new T-Mobile TV service is going.
The Motorola Moto X4 available on Project Fi from 2017 and the newly unveiled Nokia 6.1 smartphones are few Android devices are available in the U.S. Fresh information reveals that LG is prepping an Android One variant of the Q7 smartphone for the U.S. The mooted device would be LG's first ever Android One phone.
What's the difference between stock Android, Android One, and Android Go? The report says that this will also be LG's first smartphone that will be running Android 8.1 Oreo out-of-the-box so XDA contributor took a look at the kernel source code only to find out about the company's first Android LG Q7 One smartphone.
Android One has seen a few select models arrive in the States so far, including some of Nokia's devices, as well as Motorola's Moto X4 on Project Fi a year ago. Based on the speculation, the LG Q7 Android One could be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 450 SoC, come with up to 3GB of RAM, and sport a Full HD+ 5.5-inch display (1,080 x 2,160).