LG G7 ThinQ price and release date on Verizon, T-Mobile, and Sprint

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LG reportedly put the breaks on the initial G7 release date with the idea that it has to do something out of the ordinary to appeal to the average Android user, and differentiate itself from the nemesis across town, Samsung. So, what to do? Add a notch, of course! We kid, but going back to the drawing board meant a delay in the flagship's launch, and LG just got around the phone's unveiling, with a release to follow later this month. Well, actually much later in the US, as you can see from the T-Mobile, Verizon or Sprint press releases.

LG G7 on Verizon

Preorders: May 24 | Release date: June 1


LG G7 on T-Mobile

Preorders: May 25 | Release date: "later this spring"

The G7 flaunts a 6" Super Bright LCD screen, Snapdragon 845 chipset, and upgrade 6GB/64GB, or a 6GB/128GB G7+ models. The rear camera comes with a dual 16MP sensor config in a vertical positioning, with all the AI camera shenanigans from the V30S present on the G7 as well, along with the quad audio converter. The only ho-hum part is the battery pack at the 3000mAh mark, like on the Galaxy S9

LG G7 on Sprint

Preorders: May 25 | Release date: June 1

LG G7 ThinQ Available from Sprint June 1; Pre-order Opens May 25
May 02, 2018
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Pre-order begins on Friday, May 25, at www.sprint.com/LG. Device pricing will be provided at a later date.

LG G7 on US Cellular

Preorders: n/a | Release date: June 1

U.S. Cellular to Offer LG G7 ThinQ
May 2018

U.S. Cellular will offer the latest device from LG, the LG G7 ThinQ. The new phone's features include an AI Camera, Google Lens, Super Bright Display, and Boombox Speaker. Customers will be able to order starting June 1 at uscellular.com and in U.S. Cellular stores.

As for the price, a few online stores show that it would cost a bit more than its predecessor, at least in Europe and Korea, to the tune of EUR 850-950, depending on the model. Fret not, though, as prices in the US are usually much lower, and we doubt that LG will tag the G7 much higher than the S9, so the $750 ballpark could be a good starting point.

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