Today, Verizon LG G7 receives an update which brings a very cool feature to the device. This feature, Google AR Stickers, makes it the first device to receive the same. The current update is labeled as G710VM10e and brings July Security Update to the device, as well.
This update also brings a slight change in the AI CAM. This time you can just tap on the AI CAM button and slide left to get filters. Also, you can select Manual Method to shoot photos. Also, they have changed the font. This is due to, according to them for easy readability.
Also, for music lovers, they have added a custom setting in the equalizer as well.
Verizon LG G7 update changes
Weather app will now reflect the time format saved in system setting
- If the 24-hour format is turned off (OOBE default), time will be displayed as 12 PM, 3 PM, etc.
- If the 24-hour format is turned on by the user, time will be displayed as 12:00, 15:00, etc.
Calendar – More options for the new event. Sync a new event with an existing photo, file, or task
- Tap on the image button to add a photo, file, or task to a new event. You can select a photo from Gallery, a file from Downloads, or a task from Calendar.
Rest you can read from Verizon’s Site.
The Verizon LG G7 is an LG Device bound to Verizon carrier. The specification includes a 6.1-inch display with a resolution of 1440x3120p. Yes a 2K display. The device comes with Snapdragon 845 SoC chipset. There are two variants of this device. one with 128GB storage and and 6GB RAM,whereas the other has 64GB Storage and 4GB RAM.
The camera is a dual-camera setup, both lenses featuring 16MP sensor. The first sensor supports OIS, Phase Detection and AF as well. it has an aperture of f/1.6, which is capable of capturing low light images pretty well. The second lens has aperture of f/1.9 and doesn’t support AF.
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