All You Need To Know About LG G6 : Well, LG is due to come up with its own flagship, the LG G6 in 2017, and although there’s not as much hue and cry over LG’s upcoming offer as Apple and Samsung’s, the LG G6 is still going to be a very good bet, if the rumours are anything to go by. Naturally, this week has seen a deluge of rumors, both credible as well as fantastic ones, as well as actual news. We have a small compendium of the facts available here for the reader.
All You Need To Know About LG G6
We can safely expect the LG G6 to have a 1440 x 2560 display on a 5.3-inch screen. A pixel density of 554 per inch is expected as well, which should ensure an excellent display. Images and videos on the LG G6 will be brighter and sharper than on most other phones. Second, we expect the upcoming next-generation to be powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 830, a ten nm-process designed System-on-Chip or SoC, which is built on the ARM architecture and will have upgraded Kryo cores powering the device.
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The Snapdragon 830 may eventually be pushed back to a late-2017 launch if rumors are to be believed. This new SoC will have the new Adreno 540 GPU at its heart, an X16 LTE modem and Quick Charge 4.0. With an expected 30% boost in area efficiency and probable 27% rise in performance, the Snapdragon 830 will also feature a 40% decrease in power consumption, making the new chip more efficient and reliable. The G6 will run on the Android Nougat 7.0, which will be the default, hopefully. A 6 GB RAM will be complimented by storage options of 32, 64 and 128 GB. We also figure that the LG G6 will have a non-removable battery with wireless charging capability.
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Expect a MicroSD slot and a fingerprint scanner, not unlike the 2017 rivals Samsung Galaxy S8 and the Apple iPhone 8. Unlike the latter two, however, the LG G6 will retain its 3.5 mm jack unlike the iPhone 7 which launched this year and will be carried over to the iPhone 8 as well. An ‘Always-on’ display is on the cards as well. Equipped with a fully waterproof body, the G6 may turn out to be the giant-killer of 2017. The looks of the smartphone is not exactly a secret too. We had earlier reported that the LG G6 would have an all-glass body, but expert David Ruddock confirmed on Twitter that a highly reflective metallic material is to be expected instead. We are still to get any news about how expensive the LG G6 will be, but considering an early 2017 launch, we would ask readers to watch this space.