The new LG flagship, the G7 ThinQ, manages to secure an honorable place on the list of best-built smartphones this year. It is a shame that the device has failed to convince other features such as the originality of the design and the facilities offered.
Delivered in a unibody design, glass-lined at the back, the LG G7 ThinQ goes as a "normal" smartphone for 2018, equipped with a dual-screen system and a top-down screen. But appearances can be misleading.
Tested by JerryRigEverything YouTube Gun Destruction Specialists, the LG G7 ThinQ demonstrates solid and durable construction just like we expected from a high-end smartphone
Fully covered with glass, the LG G7 ThinQ is well protected from contact with sharp objects, but contact with abrasive sand remaining in the pockets after a visit to the beach might leave some "memories."
The same can not be said about the side of the carcass covered with painted metal, much more susceptible to in-depth scratches, taken from asphalt or cement.
Fortunately, the aluminum alloy housing is very durable, going well with the dreaded "bend test". Occasionally for the spectacular destruction of many pretentious smartphone products, the bending test has virtually no impact in this case.
Gingerly good, LG G7 ThinQ gets the maximum score of 10 points from as many as possible, demonstrating enviable qualities in terms of durability and resilience to "all kinds of accidents"