With the LG G7 now official and the release date near, potential buyers need to know what to expect. In this guide we’ll go over everything that’s new, what changed, and how it compares to the aging LG G5. If you’re looking to upgrade, this is everything you need to know.
If you’re hunting for a new phone you should have the LG G7 near the top of the list. This phone has a bunch of exciting features most don’t have. Not to mention features LG users know and love.
Some of those include a dedicated Google Assistant button, a wide-angle camera lens, and a built-in Quad DAC for improved audio. Not to mention a big and bright 6.1-inch edge-to-edge display, some new AI technology, and a design that’s vastly improved over the aging modular G5.
And while there are several excellent Android phones available now or coming soon, the LG G7 arrives on June 1st. Making it and Samsung’s recent devices some of the best on the market. If you still use and enjoy the LG G5, you’re likely looking for an experience different from Samsung or Apple.
However, software tweaks and dual cameras are about the only things the LG G7 and LG G5 have in common. Everything else changed completely. From the design, software, specs, to the built-in non-removable battery. That said, most of these changes are for the better. Like wireless charging, or for water-resistance.
The LG G7 is also much bigger than the LG G5 from a few years ago. Things have dramatically changed over the last few years. While the G5 is still a pretty decent phone, you’ll love all the changes LG is bringing to the table in 2018. Here’s everything you need to know about the LG G7 and how those things compare to LG’s older modular phone.
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