LG Q7+ arrives on T-Mobile, no mention of Android One version

In May, LG announced a new range of phones, the LG Q7, LG Q7+ and LG Q7α. All three ship with the same 5.5-inch display screen with the new 18:9 aspect ratio and sport premium-looking curved glass front and back panels. However, these devices’ wider rollout has been on mute mode, at least until now.

T-Mobile has confirmed that one of the three phones, the LG Q7+, is coming to the United States beginning August 3. Other than this, the Magenta carrier didn’t provide any meaningful details about the phone, meaning price details are not with us, yet.

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Still, we do know what to expect in terms of specs and features, where the LG Q7+ ships with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 450 processor, 4GB RAM, and 64GB expandable storage. As noted earlier, the display is a 5.5-inch 18:9 LCD panel with 1080p resolution and for the cameras, you get 16MP and 8MP lenses on the back and front, respectively.

Android Oreo runs the show out of the box and keeping it alive is a 3000mAh battery, which is rechargeable via a USB-C port. Other extras include a fingerprint scanner, facial recognition, IP68 and MIL-STD 810G certification, NFC, fast battery charging as well as support for Hi-Fi Quad DAC audio technology that’s usually reserved for high-end LG phones.

Unfortunately, the rumored Android One version of the LG Q7 family is nowhere to be seen, but we still hope it will show up at some point sooner or later.

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