LG G6 Specifications, Review And Price In Nigeria, Kenya & India 

Filed in LG, Others by on February 27, 2017 0 Comments

LG G6 full Specifications, Review And Price In Nigeria, Kenya & India. After series of leaks and rumors we are able to see LG G6 Specifications in WMC (world mobile Congress). Let’s quickly show you what the LG flashing phone of the year looks like.


LG G6 Specifications

LG G6 Specifications 

  • 5.7-inch QHD+ display
  • 18:9 aspect ratio. Also known as 2:1. You know, ratios.
  • Dolby Vision and HDR10 support
  • IP68 water and dust-proofing
  • MIL-STD-810G drop resistance
  • Dual 13-MP cameras. F2.4 ultra-wide angle and F1.8 standard
  • Snapdragon 821
  • 4 GB RAM
  • 32 GB storage (microSD expandable)
  • 3,300 mAh battery
  • Wireless charging (US only)
  • Android 7.0 Nougat
  • Google Assistant support
  • Black, Ice Platinum, and Mystic White colors. White not available in the US.






The LG G6 is covered in a mix of glass and metal, with two sheets of Gorilla Glass (although weirdly it’s Gorilla Glass 5 on the rear, but only Gorilla Glass 3 on the front) framed with a rim of aluminum.

What’s most impressive is how little bezel there is on this phone – we’re expecting the same kind of design from Samsung, but the narrow bezels have been shrunken top and bottom to create an impressive effect when you turn the phone on.

LG G6 Specifications


The LG G6 camera is upgraded in a way, but also remains very similar to last year’s in others. The same normal and wide-angle camera lenses are back, but they’re now both 13MP.

However, the aperture hasn’t improved, nor the pixel size; in short, you’re not going to get better snaps day to day with the new G6 phone.

The reason for making them the same resolution is apparently to stop the judder when zooming in – when jumping from wide angle to the closer sensor there was previously a judder that saw the image quality change, and LG says it worked with Qualcomm to bring features from the Snapdragon 835 to the new phone.

New user interface

The new Fullvision 18:9 display has given LG a few more pixels to work with, and now the display is essentially two squares stacked on top of one another.
LG has embraced this idea and made the ‘double square’ a feature of the user interface throughout.

This means, for example, that in the contacts menu the contact image is larger, more settings are visible and you’ll be able to see more Facebook on the screen without the need for scrolling through.

Culled from here.


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