06 August 2018
LG launched its mid-ranged smartphones Q7 and Q7+ in Europe followed by in the Korean market and now the Korean tech giant is gearing up for the launch in US market through T-Mobile carrier. The hint comes through the T-Mobile support pages that mentioned another smartphone supporting their 600MHz band allowing for stronger signals.
The T-Mobile’s support website TmoNews. Q7+ offers higher RAM and data storage capacity over LG Q7, with 4GB RAM and 64GB storage. Along with these, the device offers an FHD+ resolution with 16MP rear and 8MP front facing the camera. Talking about the processing power, the device offers mid-ranged Snapdragon 450 chipset, NFC support and IP68 dust and water resistance rating.
LG Q7+ would be shipped with Android 8.1 Oreo with a battery capacity of 2,890mAh. Currently, T-Mobile hasn’t listed the phone anywhere to be sold, though it’s expected to be showcased pretty soon knowing how it became part of the support website.
Once it gets officially placed on the website, we would get to know about its pricing. Have you previously tried any LG’s mid-range smartphone? Share your experience with us in the comment section below.