LG trademarked the Q7 moniker back in March with the Korean Intellectual Property Office, meaning a new affordable device is on its way. Now the phone allegedly got tested on Geekbench, confirming that it will arrive with the modest Helio P10 chipset.
The LG Q7 got a 630 single-core score and 2322 on the multi-core test. Sadly, we canít compare the phone with other devices, powered by the MediaTek chip because of the massive differences between Geekbench versions. RAM is listed to be 4 GB, while the Android version is 8.1 Oreo.
The phone is most likely to arrive as a mini version of the LG G7 ThinQ, just like the LG Q6 was a mini LG G6. On the other hand, LG Q8 is available for almost a year, and it is a lite version of the LG V20, so the Korean company might decide to push the Q7 as a more affordable variant of the LG V30s ThinQ.
my 19 month old redmi note 3 stll gives me a score around 1434 in single core and 2700 in multi core....
Hmm. The Q6 was very similar to the Stylo 3 Plus in specs. I wonder if that means the Stylo 4 is going MediaTek? As long as the performance is slightly better than the Snapdragon 435 and battery is better then that's all I'll need to know.
Non sense. G7 launched with 8.0 and Q7 mid ranger gonna launch with 8.1