The LG G7 Neo with notched display was showcased by the company at the Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2017 this year in February. Later it was revealed that it is the upcoming LG G7 ThinQ flagship phone that will be arriving with a notched display design like the iPhone X. In the recent past, plenty of other leaks have confirmed the design of the phon. Today, reliable leakster and journalist Evan Blass has revealed press renders of the LG G7 ThinQ to reveals its design from all angles.
The LG G7 ThinQ that can be seen below has borrowed its design from the iPhone X. The bottom bezel is slightly thick while the upper side of the display has a notch that features a front-facing camera, an earpiece and some other sensors. The upper edge of the phone of the phone has a SIM card slot that may also house a microSD card. The right side of the phone only features a button for power. This is something new as flagship LG phones have featured rear-mounted power button in the recent past.
The left side of the G7 ThinQ includes volume up and down buttons and there is dedicated button for accessing the Google Assistant. The bottom side of the phone has an external speaker, a USB-C port and a 3.5mm audio jack. The rear panel has a vertical dual camera module followed by the fingerprint sensor and below it is the G7 ThinQ logo. LG’s logo is positioned at the bottom of the back panel.
LG has confirmed today that the LG G7 ThinQ will be debuting on May 2. Previous have claimed that the unveil event will be held in New York. On May 3, it is slated to make it official in South Korea.
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