The LG G7 ThinQ features a ‘Boombox Speaker’ that’s ten times louder than that of a typical smartphone, delivering twice the amount of bass (even more when placed on a flat surface), according to a teaser released by the firm.
LG told Engadget that the G7 bundles an all-new Boombox Speaker, which relies on a special resonance chamber housed within the device to deliver sound that’s more than 6dB louder and has a higher bass output than other flagships on the market.
The Korean behemoth also added that the handset is armed with Hi-Fi Quad DAC, something that’s bound to please many a high-end headphone user, as well as support for DTS:X – a surround sound format that rivals the likes of Dolby Atmos.
It was revealed earlier this week that the G7 sports a custom-made, notch-clad ‘Super Bright’ LCD screen that affords users complete control of all the various different display options, including colour temperature and maximum brightness.
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The handset is widely rumoured ship with a Snapdragon 845 processor, armed with support for Qualcomm’s Quick Charge 4.0 fast-charging tech, at least 4GB of RAM and a slew of new artificial intelligence features – hence the ThinQ branding.
LG has confirmed that it will take the wraps off the LG G7 ThinQ, which it also affirmed is its flagship smartphone of 2018, at an event in New York on May 2, so we don’t have to wait too much longer to find out what it has up its sleeve.
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