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LG G7 ThinQ Review: Bright, Loud, and Smart.

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The LG G7 ThinQ brings a Super Bright Display, AI features, and a loud speaker but are they enough to garner the G7 the attention it deserves? Find out in our full LG G7 review!

Note: typo in the display resolution at 3:05, should be 1440 x 3120.

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This is the LG G seven thin queue and this is probably one of the few times you'll hear me say it's full name otherwise I'm just gonna call it the LG G 7 which is what most people are probably gonna do anyways so for the past couple of years LG's been making some really solid smart phones and the LG G 7 is another really great smart phone from LG but can this be the one can this be the phone that gets LG out of the shadows of Samsung and Apple and give LG the attention it deserves or will it still just fly quietly under the radar first let's get all the basic smartphone stuff out of the way this is a high-end 20-18 flagship so it's got all the specs that you would want out of a high-end phone there's a snapdragon 845 inside with four or six gigabytes of RAM depending on the storage model its IP 68 dust and water resistant has a micro SD card slot for extra storage and it even supports both wireless charging standards if you like wireless charging performance on the g7 is exactly what you might expect it's extremely fast with fluid animations touch response is excellent apps are quick to launch and it plays all the latest and greatest game titles that you'll find on Google Play with smooth frame rates and graphics it'll pretty much handle anything you throw at it without ever slowing down the fingerprint sensor is still on the back which works equally as fast but it no longer doubles as a power button like it did on previous LG phones instead the power button is now in a more traditional spot on the right side the power button being on the back was definitely one of LG's defining features but I personally don't mind the change it's nice to have the power button as an option for waking up the phone again when it's laying flat on a table or desk but you also have double tap to wake as well if you prefer using that as far as the rest of the design the easiest way to describe it is it's basically an LG b 30 but in a smaller package it's got glass on the front and back and a solid metal frame on the sides and the rounded corners and curved back makes it pretty comfortable to hold the phone is pretty much completely smooth to the touch but it surprisingly doesn't feel slippery it does attract a lot of fingerprints though but that's just to be expected when you're dealing with a mostly glass phone one of the biggest pieces of hardware here on the g7 is the dedicated AI key on the side this is pretty similar to the bixby button on samsung phones but the g7 uses Google assistant instead which instantly makes it that much more useful so pressing on and of course launches Google assistant even if the phone is asleep but you can also press and hold to start voice dictation and let go once you're done talking and if you double tap the button will launch you straight into google lens the biggest gripe that I think a lot of people are going to have with this button is that it's not remappable but the possibility of that changing isn't entirely out of the window LG said that they might change this in the future but even if they don't it's still a really convenient button to have for Google Assistant the screen is also going to have a lot of people talking for multiple reasons for one it has a notch and not everyone is gonna like that after the first couple of days it didn't really bother me all that much anymore but if you really hate it LG software lets you turn the areas of the screen around the knotch to black to make it look like a normal vessel again you can also customize these areas with different colored gradients but I thought this was kind of a cheap parlor trick and it makes a notch stand out even more the good news is the knotch doesn't interfere with apps or videos so if you're watching a youtube video for example it doesn't overlap the video itself and instead again turns into a regular black bezel not just side the screen is gorgeous it's an IPS panel and not OLED like the v30 but it still looks great it's vibrant colorful sharp and LG calls this a super bright display because it's able to go up to a thousand nits of brightness which makes it extremely easy to see in direct sunlight LG was able to do this by using an RGB W sub pixel arrangement instead of the standard RGB and the addition of the white sub pixel is what allows the screen to be brighter and it's pretty easy to enable the brightness boost all you have to do is tap on the brightness boost toggle and it instantly jumps up to max brightness and it'll stay that way for a maximum of three minutes I also really like a lot of the preloaded wallpapers which do a pretty solid job of showing off how gray this display looks the rest of the software is a fairly standard LG experience and if you use an LG phone before you'll instantly feel right at home it's running on top of Android 8.0 Oreo with all the typical LG features that you might expect like the always-on display smart bulletin gaming tools and the floating bar that replaced the second screen the LG used to use in their V series there's a couple of things that LG has become pretty synonymous forward with their smartphones over the last few years one of those things is audio for starters it still has a headphone jack which is great news and secondly the g7 has the same awesome quad DAC that delivers fantastic sound especially if you own a pair of high impedance headphones the big improvement here this time though is the addition of DTS X virtual surround sound which is supposed to give you a more immersive audio experience but this is really just a future proofing feature at this point because the content needs to support DTS X in order for you to get the full effect and there isn't much of that available just yet the other improvement that LG has made is with the single bottom firing speaker normally most bottom firing speakers aren't worth talking about but what makes this one special is that it uses the space inside the phone as a resonance chamber and you can literally feel the sound move through the phone putting the phone down in the hollow container or even just an ordinary hard surface like a table or desk will make the speaker sound even louder and I was actually pretty blown away by how much louder it sound.

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The other thing that LG is really well known for is their camera experience let's start with the front-facing camera first after sticking with five megapixels for so long they finally upgraded it to eight megapixels on the g7 this not only gives you more resolution but the selfies from this new front-facing camera are much sharper more detailed and it has pretty nice color reproduction and skin tones LG has also added a portrait mode if you want that background blur and it works decently well but it sometimes doesn't always get the cut out quite right it would sometimes blur out my hair or one of my ears and even blurred out my headphones so it definitely could use some improvement on the rear you've got LG's traditional dual camera setup both cameras are 16 megapixels with the main sensor featuring an aperture of f/16 and optical image stabilization and the secondary sensor is a wide-angle lens at F 1.9 the wide-angle lens has been reduced to eight hundred and seven degree field of view which is still plenty wide for capturing landscapes or group photos and this reduction in the sensors field of view was done to help eliminate the barrel distortion that a lot of people didn't really like LG has also brought over the AI cam that was first introduced on the V 30s the AI cam is capable of analyzing the scene and subjects within the scene and from there it'll automatically apply a filter and give you a few other suggested filters to hopefully give you a better looking photo for the most part it's pretty quick at recognizing what it's looking at but I wasn't really a fan of any of the filters that are applied to my photos and I thought some of them actually looked worse than the photos taken without AI it's a neat feature if you like having the camera do most of the work but if you like having control of your photos from start to finish you probably won't find it all that useful generally speaking photos from the g7 s camera are pretty solid with pleasant looking colors crisp and sharp details and pretty good dynamic range for low-light shots LG has added a super bright camera mode which uses pixel binning to flood in more light but I didn't really like that the images are lower resolution and the results were really muddy in comparison to a normal low-light shot you'll get the best low-light performance with the main sensor which produces sharper details better colors and our sniffing unless no Z when compared to the wide angle that isn't all too surprising those since the wide angle has a narrower aperture and doesn't have oh is as far as battery life is concerned it isn't the best it's a three thousand milliamp hour battery which is smaller than a lot of competing flagships and even smaller than last year's g6 I get around four to four and a half hours of screen on time at most which is fine for light usage but if you play a lot of games throughout the day and watch a lot of YouTube on your phone it's not going to get you through the day without recharging at least once the LG G 7 will be available on all major US carriers starting June 1st with the exception of 18 T and is supposedly going to Ballpark at around six hundred and fifty dollars which will be pretty competitive to Samsung and Apple if that is indeed true like many of LG's previous flagships this phone definitely has what it takes to compete well with other major smartphones but the question still remains if the g7 will give LG the recognition they deserve only time will really tell but if you're considering getting an lg phone for the first time the LG G 7th in queue wouldn't be a bad place to start so that about wraps up this review for the LG G seven hopefully you guys enjoyed it and if you did please give it a thumbs up down below we definitely appreciate it subscribe to the channel which is also down below and hit that notification bell so you don't miss out on future videos and of course check us out on social media instagram twitter snapchat google+ all that good stuff will be linked down below and of course check out the website as well for more in-depth coverage and journée calm because we are your source for all things Android




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