LG G7 ThinQ

The LG G7 ThinQ has a lot going for it, a wide angle camera, Super Bright Display, a well placed dedicated Google Assistant button, DTS:X surround and an incredibly loud speaker. It also has a notch which can be hidden and it does have extremely powerful specs which has its appeal.

The LG G7 ThinQ isn’t especially groundbreaking, but it is still a great phone. Whether the LG G7 ThinQ will be able to outshine its biggest rivals is questionable, it depends on what’s most important to you. Good build and strong audio need to be most important and you’d have to be ok with a good but not great camera. Huawei and Google have really moved the benchmark with their low light photography, though Super bright mode is good it’s not as great as the competition. Having said that I’m willing to compromise a lot for the flexibility of the wide angle lens.

The G7 is cheaper than most flagships, but the OnePlus 6 is cheaper still. The G7 has a very bright screen, water-resistance, wireless charging and surprisingly good sound from the mono speaker.

Cameras are solid, but unremarkable, and again there that wide-angle lens for better landscape photography.

The G7 ThinQ is a great phone and could be the phone for you especially if you can’t get past the lack of waterproofing and wireless charging on the OnePlus 6.

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