Some days ahead of LG’s MWC 2017 press conference in Barcelona at this weekend, a new render of the LG G6 has recently been leaked online. As we can take a look at the image, the LG G6 in Black definitely looks beautiful as it highlights with the super-thin bezels surrounding a “Full Vision” 5.7-inch display. The back seems to be shiny, so G6 could possibly feature a glass back, integrating wireless charging.
On the front, the G6 has minimal bezels on the sides, while the top and bottom bezels are also pretty thin. Similar to most other LG smartphones, there will be no physical home button on the front, just the LG logo appearing in the bottom bezel. Take a loot on the back of the device, the main highlight is the dual-camera setup with a twin 13MP resolution sensors. Both the sensors are placed in a fashionable horizon with the dual-tone LED flash laid between them. Below the dual-camera setup you can catch a fingerprint scanner like on previous flagship handsets from the company.
Another image leaked online yesterday showed the LG G6 next to the G5. Although the G6 is almost the same size as the G5, the display is 0.4” larger than its predecessor. In the resolution department, the G6 will offer a better 1440 x 2880 resolution with an unusual aspect ratio never appearing on smartphones: 18:9. Powering the smartphone will be the Qualcomm Snapdragon 821 quad-core SoC, paired with 4GB of LPDDR4 RAM. As for storage, the G6 is expected to have 32GB of onboard memory, which can be further expandable with a microSD card slot.
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The main camera setup will include a 13MP primary init and a 13MP secondary unit with a 125-degree wide-angle lens. On the front of the G6 will be equipped with a 100-degree wide-angle lens selfie camera, which means you can take group with ease. The smartphone also comes with IP68 standard for water and dust resistance, an USB Type-C port, and a 3200mAh capacity battery inside with fast and wireless charging support.