LG says the G7 ThinQ is 10 times louder than the typical smartphone

LG has revealed new information about the G7 ThinQ’s ‘Boombox Speaker.

According to LG’s press release, the phone will feature what the company calls a Boombox Speaker that’s 6dB louder with twice the amount of bass when compared to other phones.

LG reportedly had speakers in mind when creating the G7 ThinQ, says the manufacturer. The company says that its audio engineers “came up with a new way to utilize the inner space of the smartphone as a resonance chamber to amplify sound more than ten-fold compared to the typical smartphone.”

Further, the South Korean company claims the G7’s sound is lough enough to replace external speakers. The G7 ThinQ can get  louder when placed on a solid surface or box as the device amplifies the bass even more. LG says the phone does this by using its resonance chamber as a woofer.

The G7 ThinQ is also the first ever smartphone to feature DTS: X 3D Surround Sound, for up to 7.1 channel performance for headphone usage, says LG.

The G7 ThinQ supports the Master Quality Authenticated (MQA) audio format for better sound quality in a smaller file size. Similar to past LG devices the G7 ThinQ offers Hi-Fi Quad DAC that packs four digital to analog converters on a single sound chip.

LG will officially unveil the G7 ThinQ on May 2nd. 

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