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The LG Q7, Q7+ and Q7α are set to begin their global rollouts in Europe early next month at unspecified prices, with modern designs and a great number of "premium" features in tow.
Just like last year's LG G6 inspired a budget-friendly Q6, an LG Q7 is apparently coming soon with midding specs in tow and presumably thin bezels.
Both the high-end LG G6 and mid-range Q6 are expanding their color options with Moroccan Blue and Lavender Violet, while the former is also getting a Raspberry Rose flavor.
The Moto X4 leads the latest list of heavily discounted Amazon Prime Exclusive smartphones, alongside ad-supported LG X charge and Q6 variants.
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Black Friday comes early this year for Amazon Prime subscribers, as ad-supported LG Q6, G6+ and Moto E4 Plus variants are already heavily discounted.
But even with that red ink, LG's mobile communications unit has been improving with the whole of LG Electronics. There's also downward pressure on displays.
No less than four LG smartphones are sold with lockscreen offers and ads for Amazon Prime members starting today, including the G6 and G6+.
Priced at the rough equivalent of $375 and scheduled for a domestic launch on August 2, the "FullVision" LG Q6 is also headed to more markets soon.
The "mini" LG G6 actually comes with three sizes of engine. And they're all hitting Asia as a more affordable bleeding edge phone display experience.
It's very spartan design for a "mini" flagship phone with one particular flair. But will it be strong enough to resonate with its target audience?
Almost certainly dubbed LG Q6 instead of G6 mini, the company's second "FullVision" phone is just hours away from a formal announcement.
A 32-bit processor on a phone that would otherwise feature a near-flagship software experience, just in a smaller form. In 2017?
And as it is summer in the country and LG is willingly and readily admitting that the letter "Q" is involved with it, why not a "BarbeQ" to celebrate?
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