Samsung Galaxy S9+ vs LG G7 ThinQ: 2018 Flagship Showdown

LG and Samsung’s flagship phones have vastly different strengths, weaknesses and priorities… but there can be only one winner. Here’s our head-to-head comparison of the Samsung Galayx S9+ and LG G7 ThinQ!

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37 thoughts on “Samsung Galaxy S9+ vs LG G7 ThinQ: 2018 Flagship Showdown

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    3.TIMELY UPDATES.
    DO ABOVE MENTIONED 3 advices and you will nail it…

  2. I have the ThinQ. Pretty sure it's pronounced " think", not thin_Q, which seems to confuse most people. I've had iPhone, hated it. Android gives you what you want. Apple tells you what you can have. I've had Samsung. All my Samsung phones have died a slow, painful death. They don't just quit working, which I guess is a good thing, but they randomly quit certain features, like speaker. Kinda need that, Losing the Sim card, then suddenly finding it, losing the cell signal, then taking forever to find it while I'm standing in the middle of the yard under a clear sky… Of course, in Samsung's defense, I don't upgrade every chance I get. I use a phone until it breaks, so maybe these failures are to be expected. I just thinQ stuff should last longer. (See what I did there 🙂 Anyway, I have the LG, and in my world, it's a better TelePHONE. Yes, there are people out here who still use their phones as phones. The reception is better, the sound quality is better, the speaker phone is better on BOTH ends, something I never had with any other phone. And the super bright display is great. It's nice to actually be able to see my phone outside in broad daylight! I haven't actually used the S9, but I have a friend who has one. He likes it.

  3. I would still prefer because of the price difference… In my country g7 costs around $450 and s9 starts from $770.

  4. aesthetic edges dye when you find out how easily they break. You can look at it and it seems to break. SERIOUSLY, will never buy another galaxy until they get rid of the curved edge. Been burned 1 too many times!

  5. Dude i have lg g7 … And it have 6gb ram nd 128 gb varrnt .. U have to tell this also tht it is also avable in dfrnt varrnt jst dnt give half info .. And one thing thr s9+ pus coast more thn lg g7 in india dfrnce is around for 15 to 20k

  6. S9 is an excellent phone, no doubt about it, but here in a South Africa, its way too common. I'm just tired of seeing it, lol. That's what kills it for me. The G7 gives you that 'exclusivity' compared to the S9 that you got in the good old days with a Nokia 8850 / 8800 for example,for those who can remember. And the notch? It's different, and its refreshing, sure it kills the visual balance, but in a world of conformity, isn't that nice to have? There's beauty in asymmetry as well. That's my 2 cents.

  7. Niche audience? To who? From YOUR perspective? Why is Samsung's way the one "more" people will go for? Is it because it follows the same generic recipe as the rest of the industry? Just because LG does things slightly differently, it those things that make it better. Wide angle is better for most people than a zoom lens for example. So what then? Bullsh1t comparison full of personal views while giving nothing as to what is actually better for the customer.

  8. After LG G2 and LG G Flex 2 I have bought Samsung Galaxy S8.I must say this who is better talk is pointles.Phones have become so good that differences are so small.

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