LG G7 ThinQ flagship phone to launch May 2 in the US

LG G7 ThinQ renders

It wouldn't be surprising if some of the colors will exclusively be available in South Korea, LG's home country.

AndroidHeadlines has reportedly obtained an exclusive look at press renders of the upcoming LG G7 ThinQ, which is due to launch later this year. The availability of colors is expected to vary by region and there's no word on how much you have to spend for this smartphone. That said, the Aurora Black variant is expected to launch in all markets. LG has also confirmed that the upcoming smartphone will come loaded with certain AI features. Some users may be dismayed with the popularity of the notch, but at least the one on the G7 ThinQ is smaller than what's found on the iPhone X. Despite its smaller size, the notch on the G7 will house the front-facing camera and the earpiece speaker. The display is slightly curved at the corners, probably for a better hand grip.

Moving on to the back, you see a dual camera setup, placed in the center. The 6GB RAM variant of the phone could end up being called the LG G7 ThinQ Plus, but we're only guessing, anything is possible. Anyway, we can also see a power button to the right, volume controls on the left, and a mystery hardware button on the left.

It's official: The LG G7 ThinQ is coming.

LG is quite proud to explain that it is its first ThinQ-branded phone in the G series.

LG G7 could come with the Snapdragon 845 processor, 4GB of RAM, 64GB of internal storage, and a 3000mAh battery. Below the dual camera setup sits the fingerprint scanner. It is likely to arrive with dual 16-megapixel camera lens with f/1.6 aperture. The renders reveal only the LG branding at the back of the phone, indicating that the company might ditch inscribing the "G7 ThinQ" branding at the back. As per the reports, like V30S ThinQ, the new G7 would also incorporate some sort of AI technology as obvious from the name "ThinQ" (pronounced as "thin-cue").

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