Tuesday , October 17 2017

Here’s the LG G6 press renders thanks to @evleaks

Just a few days ahead of their February 26th unveiling at Mobile World Congress, here is the the LG G6 in full press rendered glory, thanks of course to Evan Blass A.K.A @evleaks, with the phone pictured from all sides.

The phone is looking pretty good, in terms of both design and specifications with LG themselves announcing a fair few of the phones features over the past few weeks. Gone is the modularity that defined the LG G5, with LG instead concentrating on a solid all metal body design, and we think it looks great.

The phone will be built on the Qualcomm Snapdragon 821 platform and come with a 5.7″ QHD resolution display that will be in an 18:9 aspect ratio that they will take advantage of in their UI for side-by-side windows, and UI effects in the camera. The phone will feature a dual rear camera setup with a 13MP sensor on the rear and wide-angle lenses both front and rear. A fingerprint scanner on the rear is shown here and if rumours are correct a 3,200mAh battery will be powering it – and it will also be water resistant.

The LG G6 is rumoured to be the first non-Google phone to be including the Google Assistant on-board, so we’ll be waiting with bated breath to see if that one is true.

Ausdroid will be at MWC to check out the LG G6 in person, so get ready for first impressions when it launches in just a few days.

Source: Evan Blass.

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Andrew White
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Had to brick my G4 after 13 months…
bootloop issue.
Would i buy another LG, yes.
They do bring something innovative and at a lower cost, than either Samsung or Apple or HTC to the us each season.
Going to be one hell of a multimedia device, regardless of the absence of Qualcomm’s 835 chipset (+27% more grunt and 40% more battery efficient)
Not long to wait.

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Would I get another LG phone? Definitely not.. Will probably bootloop in 13 months..


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