LG G7 was originally expected to be unveiled at the Mobile World Congress (MWC), but the Korean company pushed back its release date because the prototypes lacked attractive selling points. LG Electronics had asked its R&D team to design the smartphone from scratch. It looks like the G7 is now ready for launch. However, it would debut as LG G7 ThinQ rather than LG G7.
ValueWalk has reported in the past that LG was considering changing the naming pattern with G7 in an attempt to revive its flagship line. Reliable tipster Evan Blass has learned from sources that the device would be called LG G7 ThinQ to highlight its AI capabilities. At MWC, the Korean company launched an upgraded LG V30S ThinQ that came loaded with AI features. The same features will find their way into the G7 ThinQ.
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