LG is quite for a while in the smartphone market though recently some renders of the forthcoming V40 ThinQ were leaked online. Today LG has removed the curtains from its all-new LG Q7 smartphone. As its name suggests it is the successor to the old LG Q6 which LG launched a long time ago. The device does have some great upgrades over the old handset, so without making any delay let’s check out some in-depth information about it.
LG Q7 comes powered by a MediaTek MT6750S Octa-Core(64 bit) processor coupled with 3GB of RAM. The handset will be made available only in one variant with 32GB of ROM and luckily the device supports expandable storage via micro-SD card. Similar to its predecessor the devices have a 5.5(inch) Full HD+ IPS Display with a resolution of 1080 x 2160 pixels and 18:9 aspect ratio. The handset runs on Android 8.1 Oreo out of the box.
In the Camera segment it offers a 13MP rear snapper with PDAF, Aperture f/2.2, LED Flash whereas in the front and 8MP selfie shooter with Aperture f/1.9 has been given. The device runs on a 3000mAh battery with Quick Charge tech. Q7 offer all basic connectivity features including 4G VoLte, Wi-Fi, GPS, etc. There is a Fingerprint Scanner in the rear department and the device will be made available through retail stores starting from 1st September. The smartphone is priced at 15,990 INR and will be made available in Aurora Black and Moroccan Blue color options. For more tech news stay tuned to GoAndroid.