The new speaker will be supported with DTS: X 3D surround sound and will offer 10x more sound than regular smartphone speakers.
With two days left for its official launch, there’s something more we’ve come to know about the LG G7 ThinQ. Having confirmed to feature a SuperBright 1000 nits display last week, the upcoming LG flagship is now expected to come equipped with a Boombox speaker, offering up to ten times more powerful sound and twice as much bass than regular smartphones.
The Boombox speaker on the LG G7 ThinQ will also feature support for DTS:X audio for an immersive surround sound experience of up to 7.1 channels, so well that it might just adapt when wearing a regular headphone. As for the bass through its primary speakers, the amplification of the volume to up to 6 decibels also bumps up the bass output to two times the regular level.
LG has claimed that the phone will be able to attain its 10x volume boost due to the design and the abundance of space on the inside of the smartphone which instead acts as a resonance changer. The company has revealed that placing the device on a solid surface (like a metal) or a box will yield more bass. There will also be HiFi Quad DAC support that will get users a more crisp sound but it remains to be seen whether any of this is at all true.
While LG looks to be all set for a launching event on May 2, we’ve already come to know a lot about the G7 ThinQ. The device was earlier spotted in benchmarks with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 and 4 gigs of RAM and with that it might just be able to match up to Google and Samsung on the ballpark.
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