LG G6 Launches in Korea on March 10; LG Pay Arrives in June

Yesterday, LG announced its newest flagship smartphone, the G6. Unfortunately at the time, LG didn’t reveal a launch date or price for the upcoming flagship.

But the wait to reveal a launch date, as far as South Korea goes, is over. Droid-Life reports that in a new interview, LG’s mobile chief, Cho Juno, confirms that the G6 will launch in South Korea on March 10. Any additional information regarding other international markets, including in the United States, weren’t provided. It is rumored that the handset will launch in the U.S. in early April, though.

Juno did mention that the G6 could be priced around 899,800 won, or about $795, when it does arrive on the market, which isn’t too surprising in the slightest.

As far as LG Pay is concerned, which was announced in late 2015, Juno said that LG plans to launch it this June. However, where it will be available, what type of support it will have at launch, and how it will work remains to be seen.

Are you gearing up to buy the LG G6?

[via Droid-Life]

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