That’s why LG G7 ThinQ will flop. Features like brightest displays, Boombox speakers that can get up to 10 times louder than other phone speakers and sexy design become meaningless for a phone like the LG G7 ThinQ, when the maker company bothers not about its pain point.
Yes, I am talking about the biggest pain point that is likely to come with LG G7 ThinQ just like its predecessors by LG. If the rumours are not false the only reason one should avoid getting LG G7 ThinQ is its 3,000mAh battery, same as the Galaxy S9.
Don’t know, why the company is lazy about the augmentation of battery life, but it is sure that the once the company fixes this issues in its mobile phones, it will get far better than its current position.
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Case is not with LG G7 ThinQ only, last year’s LG G6 with 3,300 mAh battery that could last only 8 hours and 39 minutes on the Tom’s Guide Battery Life test, could not get attention of those in need of a long battery life.
Today, the battery life average is 9 hours and 50 minutes. There were number of phones we used last year, that could run for 10 hours on a single charge. These phones include iPhone X (10:49), Galaxy S9 (10:52) and Galaxy S9+ (10:59). While the Google Pixel 2 XL amazed us for its impressive 12 hours and 9 minutes lasting battery.
To be fair, the LG G6 could not also impress me, as it sported an older Snapdragon 821 chip at a time other Android flagships had moved on to the newer Snapdragon “835”. But LG is not lucky enough to have that processor. However, the LG V30, a phone that aims at media creators, could last for a woeful 6 hours and 30 minutes with a Snapdragon 835 CPU.