All Smartphones are not created equal and it really depends on what you are personally looking for in a device to get the job done. Some may need a powerful device to get them through work and play and others just might need a device to make calls or do some minor web surfing. No matter what you are looking for just know the LG G7 ThinQ can handle anything you can throw at it.
For instance, there are a couple features I like related to this device.
The Artificial Intelligence (AI)
The LG G7 ThinQ provides Super FFVR also known as Far-Field Voice Recognition. Let's say you are using google assistant on a job sight and you are not able to physically pick up your device, but you are within 16 feet of your device. With FFVR your device is listening and ready to accept your commands related to questions, request or dictations. The LG G7 ThinQ will hear you loud and clear and it will respond with an appropriate response.
Google Lens will assist with identifying real-life objects such as a business card, and important landmarks, scan barcodes and QR codes. Using Google Lens with LG's built-in AI brings life and details to the things which matters the most to you. You can access Google Lens just by saying Hey/Okay Google or you can select the dedicated Google Assistant hotkey
AI CAM: with the camera will recognize, documents, people, landscape, objects by providing four filters which specify the specific scene such as Person, Wide Angle, City, and Document…
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The new LG G7 ThinQ is loaded with many features which should make your life easier when managing your daily activities. LG has produced a smartphone which provides both style and functionality which is easy to use. There is a lot to review about the LG G& ThinQ and all features from the hardware to the software will be reviewed by Sprint Product Ambassador team. I am personally enjoying this device because it comes with many features which I consider as a nice alternative to those devices which cost more than $800+. In fact, you may find more features on this device than some of the other devices which are out there today in the market place.
First off let's talk about some specs.
The LG G7 ThinQ comes with 64 GB worth of memory and 4GB or RAM. Most importantly, it supports a microSD card of up to 2 TB. So, there is no need to stress about not having enough space to get the job done.
Let's face it we all like to have a nice size screen to work one and play with. The LG has done a great job by giving it's users a 6.1 full screen which feels great in the hand especially for those of us who like to manage a device with two fingers. The index finger and the thumb. :-)
Having a good battery is very important to me, but I also must have a phone which can charge quickly. This device comes with a 3000 mAh battery and LG was nice enough to provide a quick charging 3.0 hub with a USB Type - C cable to keep you juiced up.
I personally need a device which can keep up with my busy work life. I don't do social media as much, but I do use a lot of apps on my phone for shopping, travel, work and personal use such as banking, entertainment, and so on. The list goes on. With the 2.8 GHz processor, I have had as many as 20 apps going at once and I experienced no lags or locks-up with the LG G7 ThinQ.
Taking a selfie is something in which many people enjoy. You can accomplish with the dual 16 MP rear camera and the 8MP front camera with an included selfie light.
As I mentioned earlier, more details will follow so stay tuned.
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