LG’s latest hotness, the G6 which launched at Mobile World Congress this week is arriving in Australia later this month.
The LG G6 will be landing in Australian stores on March 28th according to LG Australia, with Telstra picking up the carrier exclusive on the phone. There’s no information on plans or pricing as yet, with LG promising more details will be available closer to the launch date.
The LG G6 was a bit of a hit with the Ausdroid team at Mobile World Congress, the phone comes with a lovely 5.7″ QHD LCD 18:9 aspect ratio display with dual-camera on the rear. Even with a Snapdragon 821 on board the phone seems to be quite the head turner, especially in terms of design – though you can read our hands-on here.
Bruce Leigh, Marketing Manager for Mobile at LG Electronics Australia says:
We’re delighted to be bringing the LG G6 to Australia so soon. Australians are increasingly spending more time viewing content on their smartphones and the LG G6 has been designed with these types of consumer trends in mind, most notably providing a big screen that actually fits in one hand, so you can see more and hold less. The G6 has functions Australians have come to expect, such as wide angle cameras, water resistance, finger print security and the latest Google enhancements.
We’ll be checking out the plans and finding out about retail availability as we get closer to launch.
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