The releasing plan for a stripped-back version of the G7 ThinQ was first announced by LG at IFA in the month of August. The Korean based company recently announced that the new smartphone called the “G7 Fit” will be shipped in selected markets during the current week. The company didn’t mention the exact list of markets in its statement but indicated that Android Oreo will be delivered in various countries of Europe, Asia, Middle East, Africa, and Latin America throughout the year 2018.
The company has designed the smartphone especially for those who need G7 ThinQ at a lower price. The G7 Fit has a 6.1-inch QHD (3120 X 1440) Super Bright LCD screen. It also features the company’s AI camera with 8 AI-optimized shooting modes. The new G7 Fit is designed to be the more affordable substitute from company’s ThinQ. It has the Snapdragon processor 821, 4GB of RAM, 32GB or 64GB internal storage. The new smartphone has an 8-megapixel front camera and a 16-megapixel rear camera with a higher f-stop as compared to the G7 ThinQ.
LG didn’t announce the pricing of the G7 Fit, but it might less than $750. The mobile division head of the company, Ha Jeung-uk issued a statement that LG Fit will play a crucial role in the company’s global lineup. It will present a meaningful smartphone tech and innovation to a new & existing audience. Jeung-uk said that the strategy of LG is to provide the best technologies across its all G series portfolio. It would make an easier experience of LG mobile innovation for a large number of consumers.