LG G7 One, G7 Fit hands-on review

30 August 2018
LG has so many ideas that it can’t fit them all in one phone, so it releases several versions of each pohne. It happened to the V30 and it’s happening to the LG G7 ThinQ. There are two new G7 models, one is the company’s first Android One phone, the other is a ‘lite’ version of the G-series flagship.

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I am using LG g7 and reasonably good phone but i am disappointed with its face unlock it opens with the close eye as well

  • sayu

why the hell are they releasing with only 32gb internal? such a good phone with only 32 gb option! serious?

  • Anonymous

Anonymous, 11 Oct 2018Why can't we just flush the ROM of LG G7 one on the Thinq v... moreAnd having bootloop as bonus?
Cheap and freeze go grab poco & 6+,
I prefer motorola z3

  • Anonymous

Why can't we just flush the ROM of LG G7 one on the Thinq version after the LG G7 One will be released ? Will be just great.

G7 one looks interesting, has most of the hardware I like about the original G7 with none of the gaudy software

  • DaveM

Martin, 31 Aug 2018Body is glass or no? Yep, body is Gorilla Glass on both (I was there Friday-Saturday). The G7 Fit has a clean glossy back whereas G7 One has a cool frosted effect.

  • DaveM

Martin, 31 Aug 2018Body is glass or no? Yep, body is Gorilla Glass on both (I was there Friday-Saturday). The G7 Fit has a clean glossy back whereas G7 One has a cool frosted effect.

  • Anonymous

"If you've ever said "I like LG's hardware, but not its software" then this one's for you. In an ideal world, it would have been just a G7 ThinQ with a different ROM, but that's not the case."

After saying that, no more mentions or explanation of why "this one's for you". Poor tease.

  • Martin

Body is glass or no?