LG is not keeping it a secret that their upcoming flagship will be a big deal (we really hope so). As they have released teasers here and there hinting at what the device might look like and what it could pack. LG itself has confirmed that the G6 will have a ‘FullVision’ 5.7-inch display with a 18:9 ratio and over 90% screen-to-body ratio. The company has also offered a peek at the new LG UX 6.0 software, and send out a few teasers suggesting that it will feature ‘resistance’ and ‘reliability’. Just the other day, LG confirmed, through its Korean newsroom, that the phone will have a 32-bit Quad-DAC like the LG V20. There are also rumours that the G6 might be the first non-pixel device to spot Google Assistant right out of the box.
Thanks to 9to5Google, we have seen the LG G6 in a new angle that shows off what we hadn’t seen before, the always-on display. The feature is very reminiscent of what Samsung did with the Galaxy S7. From the images we can clearly see the dual-camera set up, a fingerprint reader on the back, and the slightly rounded corners of the display.
The LG G6 is set to début at MWC 2017 on February 26, and we’ll definetely fill you in when this happens.