We do not see this very often. It looks like LG is working very hard to promote their latest flagship smartphone, the LG G7 ThinQ, and they are ready to throw in a free TV to sweeten the deal. Today we will be talking more about this deal, reminding you of the specs that the phone has and telling you which retailers and carriers are offering this deal. If there is a Canadian reader going through this article at the moment, then we are sure that he or she will consider taking the plunge and buying this smartphone by the end of this article. We are not guarantying, of course, but the deal is almost too good to be true.
All about LG G7 ThinQ
Before we start to tell you about the free TV ordeal, we would like to start by giving you more details concerning the specs of the LG G7 ThinQ. The phone certainly has features and hardware components to entice any phone enthusiast, being the flagship smartphone for LG.
When it comes to the display of the phone, LG G7 ThinQ comes with an astounding 6.1-inch FullVision LCD screen. The screen also has the Super Bright Display feature, meaning that the screen of the phone will be bright enough even on a hot sunny day. The biggest problem that most phone users encounter is that when they are trying to use their phones in these conditions, the screen looks almost pitch black even if the brightness setting is at maximum capacity. The resolution of the screen is going to be 1440 x 3120.
Under the hood of the phone, we will find the Snapdragon 845 chipset paired with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of internal storage. If that amount of storage is not enough for you, then we would like to announce the fact that with the LG G7 ThinQ you have the option to add a microSD card of up to 2TB. That is something that you do not see with every phone that gets launched on the market.
OS and Battery
The phone is set to come with Android Oreo out of the box, meaning that we may see shortly the Android P upgrade coming to this phone as well. That remains to be seen since we do not have any concrete evidence as of yet. The phone will be powered by a 3,000mAh battery, meaning you will get approximately a full day’s use out of one charge. If that is not enough for you, then we recommend that you carry a power bank with you so you can keep your phone charged at all times.
The rear end of the phone features a dual 16MP set of cameras. One of them has an aperture of f/1.6, and it also has OIS. The other camera has a Super Wide Angle Lens (107 degrees), and it comes with an aperture of f/1.9.There is also another exciting feature present, that of the AI CAM, which helps you by analyzing the subject of your shot and giving you different suggestions on how the photo can be improved. On the front end of the phone, we will be getting an 8MP camera which also has a Wide Angle lens (80 degrees). So this means that you will be able to take jaw-dropping selfies with this camera.
Last but not least, the phone is set to come in two different color options: Platinum Grey and Aurora Black. Now, if you are not a big fan of either of these two colors, then there is always the option of buying a phone case. The case can be simple or focused on a more entertaining design, based on what you like most.
Deal for Canadians
LG has just announced that people living in Canada have the option of grabbing a free 43-inch wide 4K smart TV with their purchase of a brand new LG G7 ThinQ. This offer will be available starting the 18th of May, and the deal will end on the 31st of the month, giving you roughly a two week period to profit from LG’s generosity.
By now you may have wondered which carriers and retailers will offer this deal. Well. The carriers in Canada that support this deal are virgin mobile, Bell, Bell MTS, Telus, Fido, SaskTel, Freedom, Rogers, and Koodo. The retailers that will offer this deal are Wow Mobile, Best Buy, Best Buy Mobile, Wireless Etc, Wireless Wave, Mobile Shop, Walmart, T-Booth Wireless and Visions Electronics.
So, if you are a Canadian and you started to look for a new phone, then we recommend that you go for LG’s deal. After all, who would not want a free 600 dollars’ worth 4K smart TV with the purchase of a new phone? Now, if we think of the number of stores that are participating in this promo deal and the short time frame of this offer, then we could expect a considerable amount of people to go for this option.
Sadly enough, no such promo event has been announced for the US or Europe. Perhaps LG is secretly working on something special for these areas as well. Or maybe the deal is only reserved for Canadians and other countries will not be in such luck. TO be quite frank, we are hoping that the first part of our argument is the truth. Were we in Canada at the moment we would have indeed profited from this sweet deal.