Hands on with the LG G6

As has been the problem in earlier years, most of the largest and most impressive announcements at MWC happen even earlier the show officially kicks off. LG has beat everyone else to the punch (except Blackberry) and unveiled the newest addition to its flagship G series of smartphones. Whereas a current barrage of leaks has left little to the imagination, we’re going hands-on with the LG G6!

That’s right, LG’s latest smartphone has dropped the stupid modular design of the LG G5 and instead features an almost bezel-less screen. This provides you more way screen in a smaller physique, and it’s bloody superb. The G6 comes with a 5.7-inch display. However, the handling experience is akin to a smartphone that’s much smaller than what that screen size would suggest.

The LG G6 has a Google’s latest Android 7.0 Nougat operating system. However, it gets skinned in the company’s barely-there LG UX 6.0 skin, which upon first look could fool some into thinking it’s a vanilla Android phone.

Beneath the hood, the LG G6 comes with typical flagship specs, together with the Adreno 530 GPU, Qualcomm Snapdragon 821 processor and 4GB of RAM. 32GB of internal storage is going to be the standard. However, a 64GB model will also be launched in choose Asian markets. If storage is a concern, the excellent news is that expandable storage by microSD card is available, for up to an added 2TB of memory.

LG G6

Just like the G5 earlier than it, the LG G6 features two rear cameras. However, these have been increased to two 13MP sensors, from the 8MP and 16MP sensors in the G5 for an even wider angle if taking snaps.

When it comes to storage, the LG G6 comes with 32GB built-in. However, there’s a microSD slot on board, which means you’ll be able to increase this onboard storage as far as a MicroSD card can take you. It also has a 3300mAh battery, and USB-C connectivity.

The LG G6 finally gives something smartphones should have been providing for a long time: an edge-to-edge display, so it’s hard to argue with LG when it claims it’s one of the best screens on a handset right now. Costs are yet to be confirmed. However, we can expect it to be in the £500-600 region.


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