LG is officially presenting the G7 ThinQ at an event tomorrow. Ahead of that, a couple of hands-on images of the phone have surfaced, and you can see them below.
There’s not much we don’t know about the G7 at this point, thanks to an outpouring of leaks that’s happened over the past few weeks.
LG G7 ThinQ leaked hands-on pictures
The phone will have a (hideable) notch and a chin too, though smaller than the G6’s, a vertically arranged dual rear camera setup, the fingerprint sensor on the back, glass on both sides with a metal frame in between, and apparently loads of fingerprints on the rear if you’re not careful to wipe them often.
Inside we should find Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 845 chipset, along with at least 4GB of RAM. The screen has been already revealed to sport 3,120×1,440 resolution and have a size of 6.1″.
It’s going to be the first LG flagship in quite some time to have its power button on the right side (and not on the back in a combo with the fingerprint sensor). On the left below the volume keys will be a dedicated button for invoking Google Assistant.