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  • Hi-Res On the Go

    Wifi Hifi (Print) featured another article in the magazine’s summer issue highlighting the impressive audio quality of LG’s 2018 flagship device, the LG G7 ThinQ. As part of LG-One’s pre-seed loaner program, the article focuses on the 32-bit HFi Quad DAC, explaining that sound quality was not an afterthought with this device.

    The article states, “The G7 also supports MQA. Once Tidal releases an MQA-enabled version of its Android app, you’ll be able to stream high-res audio to the G7. The new phone also features DTS:X, so you can enjoy 7.1-channel virtual surround through headphones while you watch video on the 6.1” QHD+ touchscreen.” 

    Wifi Hifi (Print)

    June 15, 2018

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  • iPhone X, Samsung Galaxy S9 & LG G7 Dunked in Water // The Aftermath!

    Matthew Moniz (Online) featured a brief vlog highlighting a “dunk test” of the iPhone X, Samsung Galaxy S9 and the LG G7 ThinQ. The goal of his video was to see if each of the devices could withstand the IP67 or IP68 water test. Both the iPhone and the Samsung Galaxy S9 lost all functionality after the test, while the LG G7 worked almost perfectly.

    Matt explains, “I’m going to talk about the LG G7. This phone was amazing. It handled the water great…there was no water in the camera. I could still take pictures. The speaker was fantastic.” 

    Matthew Moniz (Online)

    June 15, 2018

     

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  • Aperçu du G7 ThinQ de LG

    Best Buy Blogue (Online) tech journalist Gadjo Sevilla featured a review of the LG G7 ThinQ as a participant of LG-One’s loaner program. He explains some of the new features of the 2018 flagship device, highlighting the Super Bright Display, and also goes into great detail on how LG listened to consumer feedback in order to create a device that would appeal to the masses.

    He states, “LG listened to customers and made some general changes. For example, LG's G7 ThinQ no longer uses the rear fingerprint sensor as an on / off button. This gave the old phones a streamlined appearance and feel, but some found it unintuitive. LG has added a standalone wakeup button to the right of the phone, and the fingerprint sensor remains in the back, but is not clickable.”

    Best Buy Blogue (Online)

    June 12, 2018

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  • LG G7 ThinQ Review // This Phone is Underrated!

    Matthew Moniz (Online) tech vlogger Matt Moniz featured another review of the LG G7 ThinQ, highlighting various reasons why he believes the phone is actually underrated in the market right now. He highlights the camera, explaining that LG is currently the only company offering the wide angle camera feature and how this is much more beneficial than the competitors 2X Zoom.

    Matt states, “I actually did a camera comparison against the Pixel 2 which is basically like the king of cameras for smartphone, and the G7 held its own, even beating it out in certain situations.”

    Matthew Moniz (Online)

    June 12, 2018

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  • LG G7 ThinQ vs Pixel 2 Camera Comparison!

     

    Matthew Moniz (Online) In one of his first reviews of the device, tech vlogger Matthew Moniz featured a camera comparison of the LG G7 ThinQ and the Google Pixel 2. Overall, the piece was balanced and at many points, Matt seems to be more in favour of the camera on the G7. He compares each of the cameras in various settings, highlighting multiple outdoor scenarios and overall camera performance in low-light settings. He often describes the camera on the LG G7 ThinQ as ‘taking the more detailed shot and providing more accurate colours.’ 

    He states, “The big difference though is that when you look at the car, you can see a lot more detail with the G7. If you look at the wheel, you can see between the spokes. There’s also a highlight running horizontally on the car which is apparent on the G7, but you can’t see it on the Pixel 2.”

    Matthew Moniz (Online)

    June 6, 2018

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