The LG G7 ThinQ is here, and with a large and clear display, high-end specifications and a glass and metal construction clearly points to the most important phones on the market, which makes the Samsung Galaxy S9 is perhaps its greater competition.
The latest version of Samsung is a modest upgrade in the Galaxy S8, but still manages to be one of the best, not to mention the best-selling, for Android phones, thanks to its curvilinear display and its main features.
The G7 ThinQ and Samsung Galaxy S9 have a lot in common and many more are different. So we have compared its specifications, design and features to help you choose between them.
Look at our pictures on LG G7 ThinQ below to see the phone in action
LG G7 ThinQ vs Samsung Galaxy S9 design
The LG G7 ThinQ has glass panels on the front and back with a metal frame interspersed between them. It's a familiar design, we've seen variations on numerous phones now, including the Samsung Galaxy S9, which also has a glass backing and a metal frame.
Both phones are also IP68 certified and water resistant, although the LG G7 ThinQ could be a bit more rugged, as it also meets MIL-STD 810G military standards.
Both phones have small frames and a fingerprint scanner on the back, and both have a grid on the bottom edge, although the Galaxy S9 also has a second speaker in the headset, while the LG G7 ThinQ depends on one, but uses the inside of the phone as a resonance chamber to increase the bass.