LG today confirmed the details about the screen on its upcoming flagship G7 ThinQ smartphone that will be unveiled next week. As reported in earlierrumors , the phone will use a LCD screen instead of OLED screen on its V30 series. The phone will have a 6.1-inch (3120X1440 pixels) QHD+ display with 19.5:9 aspect ratio and whopping 1000 nits brightness that will let you view the content clearly even under bright sunlight. It will also offer 100% DCI-P3 color coverage. LG calls it ‘Super Bright Display’.
Last month live images and video of the upcoming flagship LG smartphone surfaced from the MWC 2018 as G7 (Neo). Now the first image of the LG G7 ThinQ with the model number LM-G710M has surfaced in live images, which is said to be in early testing phase in the US. This coincides with earlier images and shows the top-notch. Earlier this week @evleaks said that the G7 will be released as G7 ThinQ, after the V30 ThinQ that was introduced at the MWC 2018. Continue reading “LG G7 ThinQ surfaces in live images”