LG is all set to launch its 2018 flagship phone, the G7 ThinQ on May 2 at an event in New York. Meanwhile, a mid-range LG handset has surfaced on the internet, which could be the new the successor to last years Q6/Q6+.
Here’s a sketchy one. This is a new mid- to low-range device from LG. No notch and a 2:1 screen w/ rounded corners. That’s all I know. Here’s my guesswork: 1280×640 pixel, ~5,5in screen, FP+power on rear. Again, no hard facts know to me, except what is clearly specified as such. pic.twitter.com/K2oE9nPrN5
— Roland Quandt (@rquandt) April 10, 2018
LG Q7 Features
The leak came in the form of an image that has the device laid face up, posted by popular leakster Roland Quandt. According to the image, this LG device will sport a full vision display and thankfully there is no notch. Having said that, the phone has thin bezels both at the top and bottom and a screen panel with 18:9 aspect ratio.
There is no fingerprint sensor on the front, hinting that it could be on the rear panel placed under the power button as seen on other LG devices like the LG V30. The volume rocker is placed on the left edge.
The leaked device could be LG Q7, the successor of last year’s Q6. To recall, the LG Q6 was the first affordable mid-range device launched in the Indian market with full vision display. The phone came with a 5.5-inch FHD+ display, 1.4GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 435 octa-core processor, 3000mAh lithium-ion battery, and a 13MP rear camera and 5MP front shooter.
In our opinion, the LG Q6 was the most underrated affordable phone last year. The market has changed a lot since then and the Q7 would be facing a lot stiffer competition. Let’s wait and watch for what LG has in store.