LG Details G6 Features on Its Own Website – Everything We’ve Been Hearing Has Come True

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Feb 21, 2017
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Yesterday, LG teased details about the dual-rear camera of the G6 that would be accompanied with terrific features such as a wide-angle lens and widened aperture and now the company itself has spilled the beans on what sort of flagship can we expect at this year’s MWC trade show.

All Details Right Down to the Body of the G6 Have Been Detailed on the Company’s Website

The following details have been posted on LG’s website. If you continue to scroll down, you will be able to see the features posted by the company.

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“What’s on your wish list for 2017? Waterproof design? A camera that captures it all at once? The LG G6 has it all—and it’s coming soon! Learn more about its amazing features, like the sleek, full-metal body, state-of-the-art fingerprint scanner and other premium design details. Sign up today for breaking news and information about the LG G6’s release date, specs and more and watch all your wishes come alive. Discover the G6–LG’s latest flagship smartphone for 2017. Stay in the know about the new LG G6 and be sure to explore all of our innovative smartphones and mobile devices, as well, including tablets, smart watches and accessories, featuring all the extras for the upcoming G6 and other mobile devices. With LG, life’s good.”

Most readers would assume that the G6 being shipped out with a Snapdragon 821 is a bad decision, but the company’s strategy to get a lead against Samsung’s Galaxy S8 is quite commendable. However, if you still feel that you want to experience a smartphone that features the best hardware according to 2017’s standards, then we highly recommend that you wait for the V30. A previous rumor claims that in addition to 6GB of RAM, the flagship will be running a Snapdragon 835.

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LG G6 is going to be announced on February 26, and apart from the previous-generation chipset, it looks like you guys will get everything you wanted from an Android flagship.

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