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LG G6 Press Image Shows the Smartphone From All Sides and Its Black Finish Looks Stunning

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Feb 23, 2017
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You have seen the G6 previously from different angles before, but this time, what appears to be a press render of the upcoming flagship points out the smallest details from the smartphone. There are some things that you will love about the phone, including the black color. Though you could say that LG decided to take something out of Apple’s books, but it has worked out quite well for them.

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For what it’s worth, the alleged press render that Evan Blass has managed to provide us with looks absolutely gorgeous so let us hope that this is the real deal in the end. On the front side you can clearly see the LG logo at the center of the device and because there are no physical buttons present anywhere at the front end, it only gives the company more room to increase the total screen real estate and it looks great if you ask us. The fingerprint sensor has been mounted at the back side, resulting in more display size at the front.

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LG has always gotten the optics of its smartphones right, even if it lacked in other things before but by looking at this render plus the rumors and leaks that we’ve heard about, the manufacturer must definitely have invested a lot of time and monetary resources in order to make a solid Android flagship. The rear camera features two lenses and both of them are able to shoot 13MP images. The battery capacity has been rumored to be a 3,200mAh cell, and we hope that the UI has improved to the point where it will give the user additional battery life and a fluid experience rather than depleting it at an alarming pace.

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If you are not fond of the skin that LG has used on its G6, then you can always switch to a different launcher by downloading one from the Google Play Store. The flagship has also been reported on multiple occasions to provide support for wireless charging and is IP68 certified.

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