Dear prospective buyer,
I know why you are here! You are planning to get the G7 but not sure how the battery will hold up, right? The G7 ThinQ packs in a 3000mAh battery and has a large 6.1-inch display. Something doesn’t sound right, does it? Let’s get right into the battery life of LG G7 ThinQ.
First things first, the battery life on the LG G7 ThinQ isn’t horrible. In fact, it is not bad. I will say it, it average.
LG for whatever reason decided to slice the battery size down 11% compared to its predecessor. That’s huge and will be unacceptable to many.
However, that is not the full story. There are a lot of changes that LG has made so that the phone works exceptionally well. For instance, the phone uses a new IPS LCD Display which works on a new technology and consumes 30% less power compared to the IPS LCD of the past. Heck! The company claims that the panel can get brighter without consuming more power.
The other component that is helping the phone be more efficient is the processor on the G7 ThinQ. The phone has uses the latest Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 which is not only faster than the model it replaces but is also very frugal. There’s an efficiency boost of around $10, Qualcomm claims.
And then, there’s fast charging. The LG G7 ThinQ supports Qualcomm Quick Charge 3.0 and charges via USB Type-C. So, charging the phone quickly shouldn’t be an issue. You can get the phone battery from 0-50% in less than half an hour. Also, LG is known for making high-quality battery and they do generally last for a very long time.
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The phone has been out for only a few days and cannot comment on the longevity of the LG G7 ThinQ battery. So there you have it. Here’s our answer. The 3000mAh battery should be a problem on the G7. You can go ahead and buy the device. That’s our answer to : How is the battery life of LG G7 ThinQ?