6 New Features for the LG G7 ThinQ
LG is back in the game with a “revamp” of their existing smartphone, now branded as the LG G7 ThinQ and while it got a lot of star power support with Yugatech’s Abe Olandres and “Birdshot” director Mikhail Red, the phone has a nice touch of new stuff to be proud of. Here are the 6 new features for the LG G7 ThinQ.
1. New Display / Super Bright Display
The LG G7 ThinQ comes in with additional white pixels to make for a stunning clarity and brightness together with maximized battery efficiency. It also features fullvision display to make for better gaming and viewing experience.
Other stuff that has been added in the G7 ThinQ are Quad HD+ and a new second screen.
A new voice recognition system has also been added called “Super Far Field Voice Recognition” which helps if you want to go and get real-time support from your smartphone.
They also have a launch Google Assist which helps if you’ve become addicted in going “OK Google”.
3. Audio/ Boombox Speaker
Expect a loud “boom” when you hit “play” with the G7 ThinQ. The smartphone has a 32-bit Quad DAC making for great sound with a 7.1 channel surround sound.
The LG G7 ThinQ features a chassis that has passed a 14 military-grade 810G test. And because of its IP68 rating, you get to enjoy the phone wherever you are be it in the desert or somewhere wet. Water resistance can go up (or down) to 1.5 meters for up to maximum of 30 minutes.
5. Google Lens
Who says Google Glass is dead? They added in Google Glass for you to “appreciate” things, including being able to search things online or shop online while on the go. Hell, you can even do Google Translate with the ThinQ.
6. AI Camera
The AI Camera has a lot of filters for various things i.e. flowers, pets, beverage and all that making a good photo output. They also gave the LG G7 ThinQ “Super Bright Camera” making the camera recognize low light and automatically adjust the brightness. Staples from other phones are the Portrait Mode and Super Wide Angle Camera.