LG will be officially announcing its flagship LG G6 smartphone on February 26 at MWC event in Barcelona. LG’s flagship has passed through months of rumors, leaks, and speculations, its half-body image leaked yesterday and today the device leaks in full body showcasing the upcoming best Android phone in all of its glory.
The LG G6 sports a metal body design on the back with extremely thin bezels pairing the metal with the front-facing glass display. LG’s upcoming flagship will feature a large 5.7-inch QHD display with an aspect ratio of 2:1. The previous leaks suggested that the bottom bezel will be slightly thicker than the top bezel, but that doesn’t appear to be happening with the new leaked image.
The LG G6 is said to be sporting the 5th generation of Corning Gorilla Glass to cover and protect its display featuring a resolution of 2560 x 1440 pixels. The handset is rumored to come packing the Qualcomm’s best Snapdragon 835 mobile processor with 6GB of RAM and to feature versions with 64GB and 128GB of expandable internal storage. As the handset will be LG’s yet best phone, it will be powered by the latest Android 7.0 Nougat.
LG is going in ahead-to-toes competition with Samsung. Last September, LG went through a straight competition with Apple when announced the LG V20 just days before Apple introduced iPhone 7 and 7 Plus flagships of its own. This time, LG sets to compete Samsung’s Galaxy S8 flagship. The Galaxy S8 is rumored to come in different sizes and also to run the Snapdragon 835 chipset.
Rumors said that LG would be returning the front-mounted fingerprint with the LG G6, from the leaked render we can not see any such thing. Unless the company has decided to mount an under-glass fingerprint, the sensor should be located on the back side (or maybe the leaked render is not authentic?).
Disregarding presuppositions, LG will be officially releasing the G6 in Barcelona in one month from now. Stay tuned.
I’m a little diappointed, I love the G4 but this looks too much like an S7…I bought a G4 after I was force to change phone from the whole Note 7 debacle, and loved it. Hopefully this isn’t the actual phone.