T-Mobile has a habit of posting future smartphones a bit too early. In this month, T-Mobile has posted a couple of mid-range devices (Moto E5 Play and E5 Plus, Samsung Galaxy J7 Star) to its support pages, all of which support T-Mobiles latest 600 MHz band for better and stronger signal.
Today, a new device was spotted on T-Mobiles support site by TmoNews. The LG Q7+ is expected to hit T-Mobile very soon with support for the aforementioned 600 MHz frequency (band 71). The Q7+ is an LG Q7 with higher RAM and storage (4GB + 64GB).
Theres a 5.5-inch display with FHD+ resolution so its of the taller variety. Theres a 16MP camera with an 8MP selfie shooter. Also on board is a Qualcomm Snapdragon 450 CPU and Android 8.1 Oreo. NFC is also supported for mobile payments and the phone is powered by a 2,890 mAh battery. Finally, the device is IP68 dust and water resistant just like the LG G7 ThinQ.
The phone isnt listed as a smartphone that the carrier sells, but we expect it to become available pretty soon. Once it does, the final retail price would be revealed by T-Mobile. Head to the Source link for the devices full specifications.