LG is bringing a new modish and rocking flagship smartphone to the world which might beat its rival – Galaxy S8, with its mind-blowing features mainly the processor and display. LG will introduce a latest Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 SoC processor for its upcoming beast LG G7 Android smartphone which will run on a latest Android Version O, rumored to be named as “Oreo”. The best thing in LG G7 flagship is its 6GB/8GB RAM and splendid bendable screen technology.
Is the screen good?
The LCD display of LG G6 is nice but not that good if we compare it with its rivals. There is always-on display option. The function itself is useful, but using the IPS screen, it “eats” more than AMOLED, although, in fact, it does not matter; in addition to the standard brightness, you can set the information to Always-on Display and the so-called “Comfort mode” (blue filter) in G6 with several modes. No color adjustment settings. With the upcoming smarty LG G7, we can enjoy the splendid bendable display features; 4K resolution and OLED screen is a revolution in LG’s world. The security for this swagging display is highest by using the latest Corning Gorilla Glass 5.
What’s with the firmware and interface?
The G6 smartphone uses Android 7.0 Nougat with a UX 6.0 shell, it has a bunch of small utilities such as a basket for applications and a photo that allows you to restore accidentally deleted photos, for example. Hope the latest interface Android Version O in LG G7 would run the smartphone more smoothly and efficiently.
Now a few words about the sound, the situation is as follows: in Qualcomm Snapdragon 821 its AQSTIC with a support of 192 kHz / 24 bit, which is positioned as high-quality. It’s not bad, but no more. More interestingly: in the smartphone is installed as a separate SoC more sophisticated Hi-Fi Quad Saber ESS ES9218 +, which includes a dual-channel DAC, amplifiers and other necessary things. Supports up to 32-bit 384 kHz PCM. It is interesting that it cannot be used (although this is stupid). It is positioned as “audiophile” and when it is used, the ability to use the equalizer is turned off, which is quite logical. Using the combination with the T-Peos H-300 (under the linked review) and the new top-end hybrids DUNU DK-3001 (review next week), you can say that the sound is really good, one of the best in smartphones. Hope LG G7 with its Snapdragon 845 SoC powered by 7nm FinFET technology with Adreno 630 GPU would do increase the efficiency of the smartphone during gaming as well. The expected price of this upcoming rocking G7 model is 935.656 USD.
Camera quality of LG G7, according to an Investor, is super-awesome even in the dim light. In addition to this, the realistic wide-range colors of the lovely 12MP front camcorder and 21MP Dual lens back camera is just out of the world.