LG G7 listed on official website, may pull a G6, and launch with Snapdragon 835

LG G7 listed on official website, may pull a G6, and launch with Snapdragon 835
Well, well, well, what do we have here, LG, are you mentioning a certain yet-to-be-announced flagship on an official website? The unveiling must be near, if LG UK has already listed one "future LG G7" as featuring Qualcomm's Quick Charge 4.0 technology. Wait, what, will the G7 pull a G6, and launch with Snapdragon 835 instead of 845?

Not so fast. While the fast charging tech listed for the G7 here is not Quick Charge 4+ that we detailed not long ago, we doubt that LG will launch its seasonal flagship with, say, 835. It's just that most phones still support some equivalent of Quick Charge 3.0,  so 4.0, and a Snapdragon 845 to go with it, is an equal possibility, too. Granted, Qualcomm lists 4+ under the Snapdragon 845 specifications roster, but the first phone announced with 4+, the Nubia Z17, actually has a Snapdragon 835 inside, so obviously manufacturers can mix and match. 

Still, we'll be very curious to gauge what chipset will G7 come with, given that both the 835 and 845 are made with a 10nm process, just that the 845 has the second generation of it. Given that Samsung is rumored to hog all the initial supply of 845s, LG might have been put in a tight space if it wants to launch the G7 concurrently with the Galaxy S9 at MWC next month. What do you think, will LG G7 pull a G6, and come with 2017's finest, instead of Snapdragon 845?

source: LG via Androidu.ro

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G7 ThinQ
  • Display 6.1" 1440 x 3120 pixels
  • Camera 16 MP / 8 MP front
  • Processor Qualcomm Snapdragon 845, Octa-core, 2800 MHz
  • Storage 64 GB + microSDXC
  • Battery 3000 mAh(20h talk time)



1. Furbal unregistered

That be fine if it gets here now, not in 3 months when the s9 is already out.

12. cheetah2k

Posts: 2319; Member since: Jan 16, 2011

The likelihood that they will go 835 is slim I reckon. LG have a habit of not making the same mistake twice (aka G6) However, maybe the G series will drop the "flagship" moniker and the V series will be the yearly flagship instead? Have to admit, the V30+ I have is a sweet phone. definitely the best LG has ever made

14. Anarsosoroo

Posts: 25; Member since: May 12, 2014

I Agree with you but G2 was their best!

18. UglyFrank

Posts: 2200; Member since: Jan 23, 2014

The G6 would've been the same. They announced it early but then in my country (which is part of the UK) it wasn't even available until after the S8 was out.

2. fyah_king unregistered

835 is more than enough.

9. kylebelle

Posts: 74; Member since: May 03, 2016

Sure but the 845 is is coming with some nice features and greater efficiency. As a matter of fact speed is the last thing you should consider when looking at new SOCs in this day and age.

11. JC557

Posts: 1926; Member since: Dec 07, 2011

Efficiency doesn't mean all that much if Google will still drag their feet at issues brought up by people especially those skillful people at XDA.

3. Furkan

Posts: 552; Member since: Feb 25, 2017

835 lol G series can't be flagship then. It will be 845 for sure


Posts: 952; Member since: Feb 23, 2014

But the LG V series is the flagship.

8. nco88n

Posts: 1; Member since: Jan 09, 2018

The G series should not be considered the flagship when the V series always have better premium specs.

4. aegislash

Posts: 1536; Member since: Jan 27, 2015

Like many others have said....V series is the true LG flagship these days. No excuse for launching a current gen flagship with last gen's SoC.

5. Joosty

Posts: 492; Member since: Mar 14, 2013

LOLWTF. 835 is no slouch but damn.

6. ShadowWarrior

Posts: 170; Member since: Aug 08, 2017

My G6 is still running perfectly fine. Can't stand these spec wars sometimes

10. JohnR

Posts: 165; Member since: Sep 08, 2017

Perfectly fine is great for the G6. Perfectly fine is not so great when these 2018 flagships all expect at or near $1000

13. JC557

Posts: 1926; Member since: Dec 07, 2011

and in some cases it can be a positive as drivers have been matured at that point which should make it smooth sailing compared to having bleeding edge hardware. What good is having the newest tech if you are constantly finding bugs or other issues within a few months to a year after release?

15. TechSingularity

Posts: 67; Member since: Oct 03, 2015

It's difficult to turn down an upgrade with the latest "bleeding edge hardware" but you make some great points.

16. Lizze

Posts: 16; Member since: Jan 04, 2015

LG G7 will come with 845 100%. 1. The list that came out with all smartphones expected to arrive with the Snapdragon 845. The G7/G7+ was there. 2.And when LG said "The adoption of the Snapdragon 845 for LG’s next flagship phone seems inevitable" LG can not make the same mistakes over and over again. PEACE

17. Mfco7

Posts: 11; Member since: Mar 02, 2017

LG problem is Samsung's control Please be free from Samsung's control

19. LikeMyself

Posts: 631; Member since: Sep 23, 2013

The problem if g7 had 835 is price! It'll be priced same as an s9 with 845 instead of a phone with a year old chip

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