New LG G6 Renders Shows the Phone From All Angles, Emphasizing Its Premium Body
LG G6 is going to be announced on February 26, but before that, we get to see more renders of the upcoming flagship. One leaked image has already given us a good impression about the smartphone, and we’re certainly hoping that you’re going to witness a competitive product from LG this year, so let’s get right down to showing these new renders.
With an ‘All-Metal’ Design and Dual-Camera, These Renders Show That the LG G6 Is Going to Be the Company’s Best Mobile Device Yet
The renders of the G6 are no different from the rumors we’ve been hearing about the smartphone (via MyDrivers). The premium body looks very refreshing in the sense that this is probably the first time that we’re going to see the company take this step, even though it means the end of the removable battery feature from its high-end Android devices.
LG has been using dual-camera configurations on its smartphones for quite some time and it looks like the G6 isn’t going to be any different from the rest. There are definitely some achievements of the flagship that we’d like to point out to our readers. Previously, a rumor came out that the smartphone was going to be IP68 certified and it would provide support for wireless charging as well. With this ingress protection, the G6 will join the same ranks as Samsung’s flagships, but you should be informed that water damage is probably not going to be covered under warranty.
One thing that we really want to see present is a 32-bit audio DAC which in case you’re wondering, will result in delivering superior sound quality while you’re listening to music through the speakers or with the headphones plugged, suggesting that it is probably to have a marketing campaign directed to audiophiles.
There was one other rumor fluttering around that the upcoming handset could be the first from the non-stock Android running phones to feature Google Assistant, and all of that integration is definitely going to cost LG some money, and they intend to make it up by charging you a premium. Still, $50 isn’t bad considering the kind of premium features you’re getting in return and looking at these renders, we admit that they’re worth every penny.