AT & T said today that it has no plans to sell LG's new G7 ThinQ phone. Instead, the company says it will store an exclusive LG device this summer. An AT & T spokesperson told The Verge : "Today we offer a solid line of LG devices, and we are planning to launch a new LG device this summer from AT & T alone."
LG announced the G7 ThinQ at an event in New York City this week. The phone has the company's AI Cam, which is also integrated into the V30S ThinQ, as well as a notch and a button dedicated to the Google Assistant. The company has not announced a price or where the phone will be sold. He said he was waiting for the carriers to reveal those details. So far, we know that Verizon will sell the presale phone that will open on May 24; US Cellular will start taking it on June 1; Advance Sprint orders begin May 25; and T-Mobile will store it sometime later this spring.