LG G7 Fit
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About the Phone
LG G7 Fit tries to capture the market by integrating certain flagship features. It has a surprising display with incredible levels of brightness that can make flagship products give a run for their money. Also, it arrives with an accurate AI camera for clicking quality photos. While it comes with an LCD screen, it almost resembles the premium AMOLED display and which goes to an astonishing brightness level which is better than many top-end phones.
LG G7 Fit comes with an AI-integrated camera. The AI kicks in whenever the camera app is turned on, and it helps to emphasise the details of the scene. It is a wonderful device and makes sure that the details captured are precise.
As a mid-range set, the LG G7 Fit stays strong and holds its ground. However, it does not have the best battery for the energy-consuming display. On the whole, LG G7 Fit is recommended for any mid-range user though it is not for anyone looking for a good amount of juice in their handsets.
LG G7 Fit is a mid-range phone of the G7 series. Priced at Rs. 28,990, it is almost similar to the flagship ThinQ with some trimmings of features.
G7 Fit has a beautiful display and handy design. It delivers a mid-range performance as per its price range. However, one of its significant shortcomings remains its poor battery.
The LG G7 Fit comes with the same measurements as the LG G7 One. It arrives with dimensions of 153.2 x 71.9 x 7.9mm and is a bit heavy at 160g. However, the weight does not add to the sturdiness of the phone since it has a bit of a plasticky feel to it. It has rounded corners which makes it quite a comfortable hold, and it is not as bulky as such so you can carry it around without feeling the weight. The fingerprint scanner is placed on the rear panel and is at an ergonomic location, which is easy to reach.
In the front, it arrives with an impressive 6.1-inch QHD+ screen that has a 3120 x 1440 resolution and arrives with an aspect ratio of 19.5:9. It is called a FullVision display, though LG does fit a sizeable top and bottom bezel on the phone making the screen space smaller. The colours produced are quite vibrant, and the contrast is impressive that almost resembles the deeper black levels of AMOLED screens, despite being an LCD. Plus, the display goes up to the whopping 1000 nits brightness. So, you won’t be facing many issues with the phone when you are in the sun.
It arrives with the Qualcomm Snapdragon 821 under its hood. While it does belong to the 800 series, it does not promise a superior performance like its companion sets. It is not as snappy as the 835 fitted in LG G7 One, nor is it as energy efficient as the 845 chipsets in the G7 ThinQ. While loading camera apps or Google apps, the phone does stutter, and there is a bit of a slowdown when multiple apps are used simultaneously. Heavy games can result in noticeable frame drops, and hence it is not recommended for this phone. Power-intensive use can slow down the phone.
The LG G7 Fit has a 16MP rear camera. It is a decent snapper and can take impressive shots. The colours appear vibrant, and the details are kept reasonably accurate. One of the features is the AI-integration, though it is not new and LG has used AI in their handsets before. With the AI, the shots turn out to be livelier. It also captures a lot of details, and the colours look sharp.
When the lights are dimmed, the camera quality falls producing grainy images with very low details. Fortunately, the AI kicks in and tries to make the shots appear better than non-AI assisted photos.
The front 8MP camera is a decent one and can click good photos, which can be uploaded on social media easily. However, it is not exceptional.
The LG G7 Fit arrives with a 3,000 mAh battery, and it also has the quick charge support. The battery is average and can get the user one day of battery life with very light use. Due to the high level of brightness of the phone, the battery can start draining a lot so it would be better to keep the brightness at a low level. The fast charging tech can get your phone from 0 to 100% in just under 2 hours.
The LG G7 Fit arrives almost with a similar design as the G7 One and ThinQ. However, it falters a bit in the processing department, and the design is not its greatest feat. These small trimmings are expected due to the fall in the price of the phone. As a mid-range phone, the G7 Fit is quite outstanding and has some top end features to attract you. However, a bit more investment could get you the better LG ThinQ.