The LG G6 officially announced, carries quite a punch, killer flagship specs
Straight from MWC.
This is what we have been waiting for, and the true flagship of this year’s MWC could as well be the LG G6. The phone comes with some interesting tags, and this would go a long way to justify the price tag that has been slapped on it in the end too. We have heard things like FullVision display, whatever that is supposed to mean, know that it is water and dust resistant and also, carries some other extensive features. Why not just let’s look at what we have seen launch?
The LG G6 has a very rich 5.7 inch of screen and given that the screen takes most of the space with minimal bezels, LG has decided to term this FullVision – there you have it. A 2:1 aspect ratio on the screen means that you get a screen that can be operated with one hand that doesn’t sacrifice good display quality too.
The rounded corners on the LCD makes the phone better at handing drops and falls, and this is further boosted by a Gorilla Glass 3. On the back is a higher Gorilla Glass 5 though, so you’re protected both ways.
On the back, we have two 13MP cameras for the best quality picture and one 5MP shooter on the front. With a QUALCOMM SD 821 chipset somewhere under the hood, the G6 also impresses with 4GB of RAM and expandable 32GB or64GB options.
Having the Nougat 7.0 and Google Assistant on board, the LG G6 is powered by a 3300mAh battery.
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