LG has been stumbling around for a few years and hasn't been able to retrace the trajectory of the G3 and G4. The G5 was a design fiasco and didn't win over users. The G6 is nice but not very powerful. The G7 ThinQ has arrived to make amends for past mistakes and compete at the top.
LG's pricing strategy for its new phones, the LG V30, V30S ThinQ and G7 ThinQ is flawed, and their features and specs are beginning to blur. This is unlikely to be successful. After reassuring us that new releases would only come when necessary, why this baffling strategy from LG?
The LG G7 ThinQ was rumored to arrive in the first quarter of 2018, but new sources indicate a later launch, improved hardware, and a higher price. The latest information again comes straight from LG, with some hints at what the phone could sound like, and it's looking promising!
This year started off with a bang. We saw several scandals including Samsung's apparent exploitation of minors in China, and also the intentional updates to slow smartphones down. It's clear that huge corporations are not untouchable, and must face the consequences of their actions.
LG have been inspired to add new colors to the G6 and Q6, including Moroccan Blue, Lavender Violet and also Raspberry Rose (which it announced for the V30 at CES). All very attractive, but the main question is, will these be available in the US?
Last year, LG released two excellent smartphones, the V30 and G6. For 2018, the South Korean brand will reveal the LG G7, and despite rumors about delays, the company claims to be perfectly on schedule.
LG allegedly wants to rename its G series. Will the G6 be the last of its kind? Will there ever be a G7? Actually it doesn't matter: LG has plenty of things they need to work on and the G series isn't washed up at all. We provide the latest analysis.