The LG G7 ThinQ is the successor to the LG G6, and it’s coming out in the UK on 31 May.
Here’s what we know so far about the release date, price and specifications, along with our guide to all the
best G7 ThinQ deals so far.
The LG G7 ThinQ boasts a slew of impressive features, including a 6.1in ‘Super Bright’ MLCD+ screen (it’s brighter than other phones, yet also energy-efficient), two 16Mp cameras (one of which is wide-angle), and a Gorilla Glass body that is compatible with QI wireless charging.
If you want to get up close and personal with the LG G7 ThinQ and what it has to offer, see our
in-depth hands-on review.
The LG G7 is also IP68 grade water-resistant. Yet, despite all these safeguarding features, no phone is 100% drop-proof. Keep your LG G7 protected with our round up of the best cases out there right now.
This sleek and simple case from KuGi offers lightweight protection for your LG G7 (US shoppers can find an equivalent
from KaiTeLin for $9.99).
It’s not rugged case (so don’t hurl your phone across the room) but it can keep your phone safe from everyday nicks and bumps. It’s a good option if you generally trust the robustness of the LG G7’s Gorilla Glass build and just want a nice, affordable case to keep it covered.
And if you’re not fully satisfied, KuGi also offers a 30-day return and refund policy and lifetime after-sales customer service.
If you’d rather dress your LG G7 in more of a decorative case, Helianton has a few eye-catching (yet protective) options for you.
From a functional point, you can expect a combination of plastic and TPU packed into a case that’s resistant to shock, scratches and dust. It also has a raised lip to keep your screen from unnecessary scuffs from sliding.
There are four designs available now: Blue Flower (pictured), Pink, Peacock and a more minimally designed, Blue.
Now here’s featherweight case ideal for showing off the natural beauty of your LG G7. It’s slightly pricier than the previous options, though not by much – you’re only paying £11. It’s a clear PU case that cushions the corners of the LG G7. It covers the back of the phone and leaves easy access to ports and buttons.
What’s cool about this design is its ‘Dot Matrix Technology’, which keeps the case from building up watermarks and stains. It’s also slip-resistant.
No round up is complete without a wallet case. This bright and cheerful wallet case from J&D Tech offers protection for your LG G7 phone and also RFID protection for your credit cards. It’s available in aqua (pictured), pink and black.
It’s made of synthetic leather (can’t expect anything else when it costs less than £10/US$10), and houses the G7 in a TPU snap-on bumper frame. The inner flap has three slots which accommodates two credit cards and one photo ID card. There’s also a pocket for cash.
If you’ve flicked through this slide show to find a rugged case, flick no more (well, maybe to the Olixar ArmourDillo a couple slides away).
This is a handsome case that means business. It’s made of a flexible TPU and ‘advanced carbon fiber’ that promises protection from drops and bumps. The clever diamond pattern inside the case helps heat escape so that your phone doesn’t get too hot.
It also has a raised lip to keep your LG G7 safe from unwanted scratches – and of course, you can expect resistance to dirt, fingerprints and dust too.
The Olixar FlexiShield is a non-slip gel case case style that often shows up on our roundups because it offers no-fuss, genuine protection.
The FlexiShield is lightweight and allows you charge your LG G7 wirelessly (without having to remove it). The case has raised edges around sensitive areas, like the camera and screen, and promises effortless access to ports and buttons.
It also comes with a 2 year manufacturer warranty, though you probably won’t need it.
The Olixar ArmourDillo is another favourite of ours. This style is available for a number of different phones, and we often feature this case in our respective round ups. In essence, the ArmourDillo is intended for active lives, for the cyclists, joggers, and campers of this world – though it can be equally useful for the hopelessly clumsy (like myself).
It’s a dual-layered case made of TPU and reinforced with a hard exoskeleton which protects the back and corners of the LG G7. It’s impact-resistant and textured for added grip – what’s more, it has a nifty foldout stand that you can use for landscape viewing.