The full retail price of the LG G6 is over $650, but Best Buy has a limited-time promotion that sees the price drop quite a bit.
After a torrid year living down the interesting but horribly flawed G5, LG has seemingly come good with this, the G6 – it does seem as though the even numbered in the ‘G’ range are always the ones to go for. True, there’s nothing spectacular here, but then that’s kind of the point, this is LG doubling down on just doing everything well rather than striking down a new blind alley… again. Notable here in our G6 review is a 2:1 screen with smaller top and bottom bezels, but elsewhere it’s a set of intelligent compromises to try and create a smartphone that’s all things to all men. And on the whole LG has succeeded.
Following his clear mod for the Galaxy S8, YouTuber JerryRigEverything has posted a new video applying a similar mod on his LG G6.
LG’s latest flagship handset, the LG G6 has gone on sale today in South Korea with the device hitting the United States and other key markets later this month. The handset runs on Android 7.0 Nougat and features LG’s colorful new UX 6.0 that also comes with plenty of new features. Check out some top tips and tricks for the LG G6 here to help you get the most out of the phone.
LG’s latest flagship, the LG G6, is slowly making its way to most major markets of the world after being unveiled at MWC in Barcelona last month. Despite packing Qualcomm’s last year flagship chipset, the LG G6 is very much a 2017 flagship device with its almost bezel-less front and a beautiful display.
LG G6 Sales Off To Great Start in Korea; Samsung Runs Teaser Ad for Galaxy S8 Before Its Official Unveiling
The LG G6 sales seem to have started on a great note in LG’s home country, South Korea, where the phone sold more than 30,000 units within a couple of days of its launch. In addition, the handset’s total pre-orders were upwards of 82,000.
Like the LG G5 and V20 before it, the LG G6 also comes with a dual rear camera setup. However, this time around, LG has tweaked its camera setup to further improve the secondary wide angle shooter.
LG was the last major OEM to continue including a handy IR blaster on its flagship devices. The G5 might have been a disaster for the company, but some people purchased the handset solely because it had an IR blaster. Sadly, with the G6, LG is not only ditching the removable battery but also the IR blaster.