The LG G7 ThinQ didn’t stray too far away from its predecessors, and now LG has decided to leave the smartphone game altogether. LG’s camera improvements, renewed dedication to AI, and excellent Google Assistant integration helped the phone earned its place as a 2018 powerhouse, and we’ll miss it dearly. If you still have a G7 you want to protect, here’s our list of the best LG G7 ThinQ cases.
The best LG G7 cases:
Editor’s note: There aren’t too many new cases for the LG G7 ThinQ, but we’ll add them as we find them.
Spigen Rugged Armor Case
Spigen is one of the top names in the case game, and the Rugged Armor is a perfect example. The model is a flexible TPU case with an interior spider-web pattern, along with a raised lip to protect the phone’s screen. It uses an Air Cushion design to protect your phone from falls, yet it is still slim enough that it won’t bulk the phone up.
See also: Spigen cases: A buyer’s guide
Speck Presidio Grip
A key element of any good phone case is being able to hold onto it securely. The Speck Presidio Grip takes the idea to heart with a full-body pattern of rubber rows. That makes the phone grip any surface you lay it on, and you should have no problem grabbing your phone with wet hands. Speck has even drop-tested the Presidio Grip at the height of 10 feet for durability.
Kiomy Clear Case
The Kiomy Clear Case is for those who want to show off the LG G7’s great looks, while keeping the phone slim, but also well protected. The raised lips are only 1mm thick, and the body is super clear. This doesn’t mean they have to skimp out on protection, though. The company has added air-cushioned bumper corners for added protection. While it won’t match rugged cases, it should keep your phone in good condition as long as you don’t abuse it too much.
Ringke is a popular case brand, and for good reason. The company offers value and quality, as well as style. The Ringke Mirror is a great example of this. This LG G7 case has a literal mirror, which offers a polished reflection that can also be useful if you tend to use mirrors.
See also: The best Ringke cases you can buy
Ghostek Exec2 G7 wallet case
The Ghostek Exec2 wallet case is unlike most wallet options for the LG G7. It skips the folding folio design altogether in favor of a rear-mounted pocket. The Exec2 employs a variety of layers to protect against both drops and scratches. You’ll find alternating elements of TPU and polycarbonate, as well as a fabric cover on the back panel and a leather pocket for up to five cards. Ghostek even added a magnetic panel to the pocket so you can mount your phone in your car.
Spigen Tough Armor
The Tough Armor case is yet another example of the variety of shapes and sizes that Spigen offers. It relies on the company’s Air Cushion technology to protect your phone in case of drops, and it’s MIL-STD drop certified. The Tough Armor case is also thin enough to support wireless charging, and a built-in kickstand is perfect for media consumption.
Supcase UB Pro
If you’re looking to maximize your protection, the Supcase UB Pro is next to only the Otterbox in terms of durability. It’s a heftier model that’ll add some bulk to your pocket, but at least you’ll know you’re protected in case of drops. A hybrid PC panel with a TPU bumper protects the phone’s body while a plastic lip locks your LG G7 in place.
Otterbox Defender case
Otterbox is one of the most well-known phone case companies around. Its Defender case for the LG G7 is great. It includes a two-piece durable inner polycarbonate layer and an outer silicone layer for high protection. It also comes with a clip on the back if you need to place the phone on your belt.