LG Q7 Series Officially Released, Here's Full Details!

A few days ago, LG officially released the trio of the mid-end flagship phone of the LG Q7 series and the same as last year at the release of LG Q6,


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A few days ago, LG officially released the trio of the mid-end flagship phone of the LG Q7 series and the same as last year at the release of LG Q6, LG prepares three editions of LG Q7 ie the standard edition, plus an alpha.

Well, for you who are curious about the full details of the LG Q7 series phone be it the standard series, plus an alpha, here is the full information:

Design LG Q7

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For terms of design, LG Q7 comes with a pretty good design. Still carrying a unibody design made of metal and a screen with 18: 9 ratio that comes without a notch, making the design of this phone is still original as in the LG Q6.

What distinguishes the LG Q7 series with LG G7 ThinQ, perhaps is the presence of dual features camera and material of LG G7 ThinQ which seems to be made of glass material and not to miss the presence of a notch in LG G7 ThinQ.

Specification LG Q7

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As you know, LG Q7 has 3 different editions and all three have differences in sector specifications and the following are the complete specifications of the three phones:

> LG Q7 (Standard Edition)

  • Dimensions 143.8 x 69.3 x 8.4mm
  • Weight 145g
  • 5.5-inch Display 18: 9 FHD + FullVision Display (2160 x 1080 / 442ppi)
  • Processor 1.5 GHz Octa- Core or 1.8GHz Octa-Core
  • 3GB RAM / 32GB ROM / microSD support up to 2TB
  • 13MP main camera with PDAF / 8MP or 5MP selfie camera
  • Battery 3.000 mAh
  • Android Oreo
  • Other *: Fingerprint Scanner / QLens / Hi-Fi Quad DAC (Q7 +) / DTS: X 3D Surround Sound / IP68 Certification / Google Assistant / Face Recognition / Smart Rear Key / Fast Charging / MIL-STD 810G Compliant / Portrait Mode / Flash Jump Cut / Music Flash / Timer Helper / FM Radio

> LG Q7 (Plus Edition)

  • Dimensions 143.8 x 69.3 x 8.4mm
  • Weight 145g
  • 5.5-inch 18: 9 FHD + FullVision Display (2160 x 1080 / 442ppi)
  • Processor 1.5 GHz Octa-Core or 1.8GHz Octa-Core
  • 4GB RAM / 64GB ROM / microSD support up to 2TB
  • 16MP main camera with PDAF / 8MP or 5MP selfie Camera
  • Battery 3,000 mAh
  • Android Oreo
  • Other: Fingerprint Scanner / QLens / Hi-Fi Quad DAC (Q7 + ) / DTS: X 3D Surround Sound / IP68 / Google Assistant / Face Recognition / Smart Rear Key / Fast Charging / MIL-STD 810G Compliant / Portrait Mode / Flash Jump Cut / Flash Music / Timer Helper / FM Radio

> LG Q7 (Alpha Edition)

  • Dimensions 143.8 x 69.3 x 8.4mm
  • Weight 145g
  • 5.5-inch 18: 9 FHD + FullVision Display (2160 x 1080 / 442ppi)
  • Processor 1.5 GHz Octa-Core or 1.8GHz Octa-Core
  • 3GB RAM / 32GB ROM / microSD support up to 2TB
  • 13MP main camera with PDAF / 8MP or 5MP selfie camera
  • Battery 3000 mAh
  • Android Oreo
  • Others *: Fingerprint Scanner / QLens / Hi-Fi Quad DAC (Q7 +) / DTS: X 3D Surround Sound / IP68 Certification / Google Assistant / Face Recognition / Smart Rear Key / Fast Charging / MIL-STD 810G Compliant / Portrait Mode / Flash Jump Cut / Music Flash / Timer Helper / FM Radio

* Not yet known exactly whether all these features will be present also in LG Q7 edition "standard" and "alpha". But for the "Plus" series, LG has made sure that its features are almost similar to LG G7 ThinQ.

Price and Availability of LG Q7

Not yet known exactly how much the price of the LG Q7 series phone series will be marketed to the public, but based on the leaked info that TechDeal received, the three phones will be present in Europe starting next month. Then the next target, LG will bring all three to North America, South America, and possibly Asia.

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Review Vivo V9 – iPhone X’s notch design

I’ve been using Vivo V9 for the last month, and here’s my experience sharing about Vivo V9, including what I like and what not.

I've been using Vivo V9 for the last month, and here's my experience sharing about Vivo V9, including what I like and what not.

Review Vivo V9 -  iPhone X's notch design

1. Screen

Okay, first we will talk about the screen. The thing I like about the screen, apart from the sentiments about the iPhone X's notch design, is a relief. Using a smartphone with a 6.3 inch 19: 9 ratio like this, it feels great relief. So use it for browsing, open apps, or watch videos, it's wide and satisfying. Resolution FHD + is qualified, and this screen feels comfortable when viewed.

Review Vivo V9 -  iPhone X's notch design

And what I do not like from the screen, there is in the software optimization. So if in some full-view smartphone like Galaxy S8 / S9 - or OnePlus 5T, while watching YouTube, for example, you can pinch to view the image becomes full. In Vivo V9 you can not do it. The same thing happens in some games, so there is still wasted space left and right.

2. Design & Build Quality

The second we want to see the design. If you notice the especially from the front, Vivo V9 design is fully contained on screen. The bezel is very thin, so from the front, it looks very modern and very modern. Also because of the lack of bezel, you can enjoy a large screen with the size of a phone that is still comfortable with one hand. This is what I like the design.

Vivo V9 2

And what I do not like is the material. Build quality Vivo V9 is actually very solid. It's just the back cover is made of plastic, and the screen is not equipped with corning gorilla glass protection or the like. So you must really cover the cover and screen protector, which fortunately has been included all in the purchase package vivo v9.

3. Camera

Third, we want to see from the side of the camera. What I like from the Vivo V9 camera is the front camera. A front camera is 24MP, really good for using selfie both insufficient light conditions or minimal light. So you can use to take photos in a wider scene. It looks like a panorama but for selfie purposes.

Then AR sticker is also funny, especially for you teenagers or girls who want to photograph and record videos with sticker effects like this.

And though the front camera only one camera, there is already a portrait mode that can give effect bokeh, and the results are also okay. Obviously, in this Vivo V9, Vivo was deliberately gas poll in his selfie camera.

For a standard rear camera come with a sensor that is not as big as the front camera, but already dual camera 13MP and 2MP.

4. Performance

Now switches to performance. One thing I love about the performance of Vivo V9 is not hot fast when used in a long time, including also when used nge-game. In addition, Vivo V9 batteries are also durable and can last up to the day in a single charge.

But, there is a very my pity of Vivo V9 in Indonesia, namely Vivo decision to use Snapdragon 450, and instead of Snapdragon 626 as in the global version. Most likely this is done to minimize the price, by sacrificing performance.

For daily usages such as browsing, multimedia, and gaming, Vivo V9 can run smoothly. Although the overall for normal use is still smooth, with only using Snapdragon 450, Vivo V9 is felt underpower, occasionally appears too much open the application, or the loading process so a bit long

5. Platform (Stock ROM)

Now heading to the platform. What I love from the Vivo V9 platform, it's already using Android 8.1 Oreo, which is the latest version of Android today. Vivo also diligently released updates yes, yesterday just no new update released. Then many people do not like Funtouch OS, but I like because this fun touch has an efficient gesture. Suppose the bottom swipe to direct search, and search results show almost everything in the smartphone, ranging from applications, contacts, settings, files, etc. Frequently used applications are also displayed at the very top.

Swipe up and in addition to quick action, also displayed recent apps yes. It also speeds up access to apps. In appearance, Funtouch OS 4 is also neat and really match with the design of Vivo V9.

Then that I do not like, I mentioned earlier, Funtouch OS has not been optimized for the maximum screen of Vivo V9. Some applications can appear full screen, but some others like YouTube videos and games cannot be fully displayed and leaves room on the left and right. In addition, it looks also iOS really, until the impression of Android it really lost. Â

6 Port Availability & Other Features

And finally, we want to talk about port availability. What I love from this Vivo V9, first still include a headphone jack. Secondly, this phone has a microSD slot which is separate from dual SIM. So not a hybrid slot, you can use dual SIM and microSD as well.

Well that I do not like, Vivo V9 still use micro USB 2.0 port, so not using USB Type-C. And Vivo V9 is also not supported by fast charging, so the charging process long enough.

Well, that's what he goes share experience about what I like and not from Vivo V9 after a month full usage. And for those of you who have an opinion about Vivo V9 please submit it in the comment field.

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Not Just Pixels, Here’s A List of Phones That Can Try Android P Developer Preview 2

 

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As you know, Android P Developer Preview 2 has been officially released by Google starting yesterday and there are various interesting new features for you to try starting from the gesture, slices, adaptive battery and others.

Slightly different from the release of previous Android Developer Preview which only supports Google's Android phones such as Nexus and Pixel series. Well, on Developer Preview 2 for Android P version, Google adds quite a lot of devices that can try Android P Developer Preview 2 and pull it not just Google phone series only, there is also Sony, Nokia, Vivo even Essential!

Here is a list complete Android device that can try Android P Developer Preview 2:

Google

  • Pixel
  • Pixel XL
  • Pixel 2
  • Pixle 2 XL

Vivo

  • Vivo X21
  • Vivo X21 UD

Oppo

  • Oppo R15 Pro

Sony

  • Sony Xperia XZ2

Nokia

  • Nokia 7 Plus

Xiaomi

Xiaomi Mi Mix 2S

Essential

  • Essential PH-1

So, for you whose device is in the list above and interested to try Android P Developer Preview 2, then you just visit Android Developer page choose "get the beta" option, and later you will be redirected to the Android Developer Preview page in masin g-OEM respectively.

How, are some of you here already trying Android P Developer Preview 2 on your device? If so, please share your opinion about build Android P Developer Preview 2 in a comment field.

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Hands-on Xiaomi Mi 6X Start Spreads, Here’s The Details!

Tomorrow, Xiaomi plans to introduce its newest mobile phone series Xiaomi Mi 6X or Mi A2 (Android One version) in China. Well before the launch of the mobile phone begins, it turns out there are many people who upload the video hands-on phone!

For you who are curious how the design of Xiaomi Mi 6X phone, you should check the following video:

As you can see in the video above, the Mi 6X series will likely have a design that is so similar to the Redmi Note 5 series, the body is composed of metal as well as the position of the main camera is located vertically on the back of the top left and at in the middle of a fingerprint sensor, making this phone very difficult to distinguish with Redmi Note 5 if aligned.

In addition to information for you, Xiaomi Mi 6X is predicted to use Qualcomm Snapdragon 660 processor, with different RAM and ROM combination. For the camera, Mi 6X or Mi A2 series reportedly will be equipped with dual main camera 20MP +12 MP resolution, and self-resolution camera 20MP. For the battery, this phone will only use the battery with a capacity of 2910 mAh and MIUI 9 based on Android Oreo.

Then for the price issue, Xiaomi Mi 6X with 4GB internal 64GB + RAM configuration will be priced at $290 (USD Approx), while the 6GB variant of internal 64GB + RAM will be priced at 315 USD (Approx).

For more information about this phone, let's look forward to it together tomorrow when the phone Mi 6X officially introduced to the public and look for updated information about this phone at TechDeal.

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