LG's oddly named smartphone is here, and we have our full review of the new hardware and AI-powered software.
LG G7 ThinQ's camera is just a tad better than last year's V30 flagship phone from the company, according to DxOMark's thorough testing. The handset got 83 points on the photo section and 79 on the video forming a total score of 83. That's just one point ahead of the V30 and on par with Sony's Xperia XZ Premium - an early 2017 flagship from the Japanese company.
The conclusion is that the G7 ThinQ's AI-aided dual-camera setup isn't as consistent as could be expected from a high-end...
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