LG Q7+ starts selling at T-Mobile for a reasonable price with many premium features
But when it comes to budget-friendly mid-rangers, choices are a little more limited. The LG Stylo 4 is pretty great if you like styluses and can’t afford Samsung’s Galaxy Note 8, while the Q7+ ticks plenty of “modern” technology boxes at a reasonable price of $350 through T-Mobile.
As expected, the “Un-carrier” has started selling the “FullVision” 5.5-incher today, charging as little as $14 upfront and $14 a month for two years with EIP (Equipment Installment Plan) financing. That amounts to the aforementioned full retail price, which is definitely fair considering the water-resistant design you get, alongside premium Hi-Fi Quad DAC audio capabilities, and both fingerprint and facial recognition tech.
That trendy 18:9 (or 2:1) IPS LCD screen is squeezed into a phenomenally compact body, sporting minimal bezels and respectable 2160 x 1080 (aka FHD+) resolution. There’s only one 16MP camera mounted on the metallic back of the LG Q7+, but AI-powered Q Lens functionality makes it a mid-range winner.
The same goes for the single 8MP front-facing shooter, 64 gigs of (microSD expandable) internal storage space, 4GB RAM, and pre-installed Android 8.1 Oreo software. Almost everything the Q7+ comes with seems worthy of a higher price point… except for a relatively small 2,890 mAh battery and somewhat mediocre octa-core Snapdragon 450 processor. Obviously, you can’t have it all at just 350 bucks.