South Korean electronic giant LG has launched two new major smartphones called the G7 One and G7 Fit. Both phones are cheaper than other models in the G series, but come with weaker system chips.
LG G7 One
Compared to the G7 ThinQ, which comes equipped with a powerful Snapdragon 845 chip, the G7 One comes with last year's Snapdragon chip, more precisely the 835.
Nevertheless, this processor is no pushover and is more than powerful enough to run today's apps. The phone has a 6.1 inches wide screen with QHD+ resolution that delivers a crisp image. Like its big brother, the G7 One has sensors, speakers and cameras, all packed neatly within the frame of the phone.
The phone is equipped with 4GB of memory and 32GB of storage space that can be expanded with a memory card up to 512GB in size.
On the back of the phone you can find a finger reader and 16 million megapixel camera that should deliver great images in both day and night time. The front camera is 8 million megapixels.
Even though it's far from the best model, it retains many of ThinQ's good points, namely the Quad DAC and DTS:X support for better sound, water and dust resistance and fast loading times.
The G7 One runs Google's Android One operating system, which means it comes with a clean Android OS interface, without bloatware.
LG G7 Fit
The Fit is the cheapest G7 model and differs from the G7 One with a much weaker Snapdragon 821 processor. However, it still comes with a 6.1 inche screen with QHD+ resolution.
Just like the G7 One, G7 Fit comes with 4GB of memory and 32GB of storage, but you can also buy a model called the Fit+ which comes with double the storage. Either way, you can also expand the storage with a memory card.
G7 Fit comes with the same features as the G7 One, but doesn't run the Android One OS.
LG will announce prices for all models in the next week or so.