LG has already confirmed to launch the LG V40 ThinQ and V40+ ThinQ on the October 3rd. The company already revealed the design of the device by posting a teaser video. It comes with a total of five camera sensors – three on the rear and two on the front. LG also confirmed these new devices to be available in New Aurora Black, New Platinum Gray, and New Moroccan Blue color options. Now, the latest leaks reveal the company to launch a new WearOS smartphone alongside the LG V40 ThinQ smartphone.
This new smartwatch from LG will be called LG Watch W7. The LG Watch W7 could be the same LG Watch Timepiece which was leaked earlier. It could be the successor to LG Watch Style and LG Watch Sport smartwatches launched in February 2017. As of now, there is no clear information about the LG Watch W7. It is expected to come with the stainless steel body with IP68 certification. We hope the company uses AMOLED panel instead of an LCD panel.
The new LG Watch W7 will be running on Android-powered WearOS out of the box. It will be powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 2100 processor coupled with 768MB of RAM. There will also 4GB of internal storage for downloading apps and music files. The LG Watch W7 will be backed by a 240mAh battery and we hope it lasts for one complete day of usage. We will be getting complete specifications along with pricing and availability details on the launch day. Stay tuned on PhoneRadar for more details!