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LG G7 ThinQ appears in leaky photos, notch and all



LG's flagship 2018 images are leaking, and the boot screen reveals that he will actually be called the LG G7 ThinQ. The pictures show a notch at the top of the display and the model number of the phone is LG-G710TM. Allegedly, early testing in the States, the handset is expected to be released next month. Integrating ThinQ branding into the phone's boot screen means that the device has some AI features similar to those of the LG V30S.

The latest rumors demand that the LG G7 ThinQ be equipped with a 6.1-inch LCD display with an aspect ratio of 18: 9 and minimum side f-stops. It is said that LG does not use an OLED panel to keep the price of the phone low. Under the hood will be the Snapdragon 845 mobile platform, and the phone is said to carry 4GB of RAM and 64GB of native storage. Previous rumors include a rear-facing dual camera setup with two vertically mounted 1

6MP sensors and a 3000mAh battery.

The images of the device also show a separate button on the left side of the device. This could very well be a dedicated button that activates some of the AI ​​capabilities that the device comes with safely. The AI ​​features should include AI CAM, which analyzes the subject of your image to set the appropriate shooting mode, and QLens. The latter recognizes certain sights, places of interest, food, celebrities and more.

One of the leaked photos can be found at the beginning of this story, with the second image found directly below.

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