LG G7 ThinQ Review

LG G7 ThinQ Review
LG G7 ThinQ Review

The LG G7 is no longer the most recent telephone from the company now that the LG G8 is outside, but it still has decent specs and merchants have likely dropped its cost accordingly. Here is our overview.
The LG G7 ThinQ touts a Super Bright LCD that’s viewable in direct sunlight, which is ironic since the rest of it has a hard time standing out.
It is an honest, but not significant update over last year’s LG G6 using a larger 6.1-inch all-screen screen, AI-enhanced cameras, a loud’Boombox Speaker’, a faster chipset, and at long last, an update to Android 9 Pie.
But even though it has been surpassed by the LG G8,” It’s also likely cheaper – that is better value so long as you’re fine forgoing the newer cellphone’s more powerful chipset and fancy fresh gesture-recognition tech.
You might not immediately be wowed by some of those LG G7 specs in comparison. It doesn’t have a curved OLED display such as the Samsung Galaxy S10 line, the quad-lens back camera of the Huawei P30 Pro, or the indisputable value of this OnePlus 6T. And despite its contentious cutout on top, it does not have the fancy 3D TrueDepth camera, as noticed on the iPhone XS or iPhone X. of Apple
LG is highlighting that this is a smart, not flashy, phone. Since the’ThinQ’ portion of the name suggests, the company is determined to push AI on all of its smart devices however awkward the moniker sounds.
The execution on this new ThinQ cellphone is, thankfully, a little more sensible than the nomenclature.
There is a committed AI button on the left side of this phone, and LG isn’t forcing its very own virtual assistant homebrew into your ordinary life like Samsung does with Bixby.
Nothis button contributes to the familiar Google Assistant, and uses far-field voice recognition to better understand commands. Simply speaking, it’s better than the Bixby button.
Its dual-lens AI camera emphasizes ThinQ, also, with its ability to categorize topics and automatically tune its preferences to snap far better photos via machine learning. It can also recognize low-light situations and use Super Bright Mode to create photos and video four times as bright as on the G6, albeit — in a lesser resolution.
We tested LG G7 for several weeks, and noticed an uptick in picture 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 because of LG’s smaller camera sensor size — but it is still a step up for LG, and this is one of the only phones with a wide-angle camera.
The wide-angle back camera has been able to capture more of that which we saw in front of us, and LG’s strong cinematic movie tools make it much easier to capture 4K video with a lot of style.
On the front of the G7, LG finally updated its front-facing camera into 8MP. That’s where we see that the biggest improvement among the cameras, even if simply because LG has been holding back with a 5MP on previous handsets.