LG G7 ThinQ 64GB/4GB 6.1" QHD+ FullVision GSM Unlocked SmartPhone,Raspberry Rose (Used, Open Retail Box) for $599 August 13, 2020 at 06:00PM

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The front of the LG G7 is dominated by the flat 6.1 inch display. It is a LCD display, which personally doesn't bother me as it still looks fantastic and works for me in the environments where I travel. OLED has become the standard for most Android phones and the iPhone X, but all previous Apple iPhone models used LCD without people whining about the display technology. OLED screens have blacks that are darker than seen on LCD screens, but the concern I've read online is in regards to visibility in direct sunlight. It was a rare sunny day yesterday in Washington State and when I held the Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus, it has the best OLED display on any phone right now, at full brightness next to the LG G7 with the Super Bright toggle on then it was clear to me the LG G7 looked better in this condition. To be honest, the LG G7 looked to be the same as the S9 Plus without the Super Bright toggle enabled. This Super Bright toggle bumps the LG G7 up to 1000 nits. I'm not concerned at all about the G7 display being LCD instead of OLED. The LCD display has performed well over the past month and the only issue I have is one that I have had with LG's displays for years. LG's auto-brightness never works well for my preferences as it always provides a dimmer display than the conditions warrant. I simply turn it off and stick with brightness at 50 percent for most indoor conditions. Oddly though, LG calls its notch New Second Screen. In the past LG launched devices with an actual second screen that could contain shortcuts, call notifications and actions, speed dial options, and more. These functions have now moved to the floating bar on the G7. The New Second Screen is actually just the two small areas around the front notch where status information resides. You can customize the look of this area and the curvature below it, but it is not really a second screen even if that is what it is called. GSM carriers like AT&T and T-Mobile as well as select NVMO Networks it's best to contact intended Network prior to purchase to confirm compatibility on the bands supported by this device


  • DOES THIS DEVICE NEED A SIM CARD: Yes since the device is unlocked any GSM Network Nano size SIM card will work (SIM card Not included), you will need to contact your Network Provider to acquire your complimentary Sim card (Free from most Carriers with activation)
  • WHAT NETWORK BANDS ARE SUPPORTED: Network: GSM, LTE (Multi-Band/Multi-Mode) Frequencies: GSM 850/900/1800/1900 MHz; UMTS: B1, B2, B4, B5; LTE Bands: 2/4/5/12/46/66/71 LTE Roaming: 1/3/7/13/20/38/39/40/41. Please contact your network Provider and Inquire as to there support of these bands in your area to ensure the device will work Properly
  • HOW LONG CAN THIS PHONE LAST ME ON A FULL CHARGE: Included in this phone is a NON-Removable 3,000 mAh battery that lasts according to the manufacturer for 15 hours of continuous streaming as well as 375 hours in Standby mode (Wireless charging with compatible dock).
  • WHAT DOES UNLOCKED REALLY MEAN: Unlocked devices are compatible with GSM carriers like AT&T and T-Mobile as well as select NVMO Networks it's best to contact intended Network prior to purchase to confirm compatibility on the bands supported by this device
  • !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! WILL NOT WORK ON VERIZON OR SPRINT !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Technical Details:
Package Dimensions: 6.77 x 3.62 x 2.24 inches
Item Weight: 13.9 ounces
Item model number: LMG710TM-RASPBERRY-ROSE
Wireless Communication Technology: Cellular
Other display features: CE
Voice Command: Buttons
Scanner Resolution: 2560 x 1440
Other camera features: Rear, Front
Form Factor: Bar
Manufacturer: LG
Batteries: 1 Lithium-ion batteries required. (included)

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