LG G6 To Support All Glass Design Like Samsung
With an anticipated April 2017 release, details about the LG G6 have been rounding up. The recent report claims that LG G6 will keep a standard 3.5mm headphone port, A removable battery, and the all-glass design.Well, It's never too soon to check and figure out what the largest smartphone makers are working closely on for its newest and greatest devices.
We've currently learned that Samsung may also be planning to follow Apple by ditching the standard 3.5mm headphone port from 2017's upcoming Galaxy S8 and potentially includes Harman stereo speakers for an enhanced audio experience. Some sources said that have also popped up for what we all expect to see from the company when it unveils its LG G6 at Mobile World Congress 2017.
LG Will Sport An All Glass Design For Upcoming LG G6
David Ruddock, a journalist, has currently posted on one of his social media accounts that the G6 will not be able to feature a removable battery and originally thought it would show an all-glass design, more likely to what Samsung is anticipated to do for the Galaxy S8. LG is also announced to be going for an exceptionally different hardware design. The smartphone will also feature a combination of metal and glass materials, closer to what Samsung offers these days. pointedly, the G6 would feature a "highly reflective metallic material on the rear." So it sounds like the build will flaunt toward a more elegant design than the V20 and G5's newest robust and all-metal body.
LG Will Not Ditch Headphone Jack
After all, LG is to retain the headphone jack on the G6, an opposite of what Apple has made and Samsung is to work for the Galaxy S8. LG's V20 features Quad DAC for finest output through a headphone jack. It would also only make sense for LG to retain Quad DAC for the G6 to supply to audiophiles.
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