LG G7 ThinQ colours and final release date revealed in leaked renders?

We now know that the next major phone release from LG in 2018 will be the LG G7 ThinQ, but what will it look like and should you be excited? Let’s take a look at the first leaked LG G7 ThinQ render and find out.

The image (above) comes to us courtesy of the folks at Android Headlines and it certainly looks like the real deal (although we can’t confirm this).

It’s a pretty classic promo image that seems to show off the G7 ThinQ’s full range of colours, with ‘Aurora Black’, ‘Platinum Grey’, ‘Moroccan Blue’, ‘Moroccan Blue (Matte)’, and ‘Raspberry Rose’ all on display.

The folks at AH tell us that Aurora Black will be the ‘default’ colour, with the other flavours coming as customisations for select regions – we’d imagine the UK would get a handful of the options depicted, but not necessarily all of them.

Elsewhere, there’s not a whole lot else to speak of at this stage. It looks like the G7 ThinQ will be getting a ‘notch’ on its display, as is the current (unfortunate) fad for Android devices looking to ape the iPhone X, while the dual-camera setup shown on the back also seems likely to materialise.

The photo also intriguingly shows Tuesday May 30 on its Home screen, which could hint at a final release date for the G7 ThinQ. That’s us speculating a bit there, but stranger things have happened.

Here’s an unadulterated version of Android Headlines’ photo for your retinal pleasure.

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LG G7 ThinQ

LG has a launch event scheduled for May 2 in New York City, so expect to learn more about the G7 ThinQ in the coming weeks ahead of the big reveal itself.

The G7 ThinQ will be LG’s second major effort of 2018, following on from the launch of the LG V30 at MWC earlier in the year.

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