Introduced back at IFA 2018 in Berlin this August, the LG G7 One is slated to go on sale in Canada at Fido starting on October 19. LG’s first Android One smartphone will be sold for the pretty steep price tag of $799 CAD (or $616 / Rs. 45,744) outright.
Alternatively, for those who are willing to jump on board with Fido with a plan there are three other options to consider:
- $519 (or Rs. 29,630 / $399) up-front on a 2-year Small plan
- $449 (or Rs. 25,620 / $345) up-front on a 2-year Medium plan
- $299 (or Rs. 17,080 / $230) up-front on a 2-year Large plan
In case you don’t remember, the LG G7 One is a watered-down version of the G7 ThinQ flagship. It comes boasting a 6.1-inch display with QHD+ resolution and takes advantage of last year’s Snapdragon 835.
The handset ships out with 4GB of RAM and 32GB of internal storage. There’s also a microSD card slot included that allows for memory expansion up to 2TB.
When it comes to photography, the phone takes advantage of the services of a 16MP main camera (f/1.6) and a secondary 8MP selfie camera (f.1.9). Both are wide-angle lenses.
Wrapping up the package is a 3,000 mAh battery and Android 8.1 Oreo out of the box. While the phone doesn’t come with the latest Pie software, it’s an Android One device which means you get stock Android on board without LG’s own skin on top.