LG G6: What's Known About LG's 2017 Flagship So Far, See Specs, Rumors, Leaks, Release Date

The LG G6 is LG's 2017 flagship phone and it is pretty much one of the most anticipated smartphones this year. This flagship line may not be the most popular option for the larger masses but that doesn't mean that the LG G series will be in any way inferior to others when it comes to specs and features. As per recent reports, the LG G6 will be very much improved and will come with super premium specs.

LG G6 Release Date

According to The Verge, who also revealed the first image of the LG G6, MWC 2017 will see the unveiling of the next LG flagship. It was said that LG will be launching the LG G6 this February 26. Take note that with MWC being one of the biggest tech shows of the year, it will be the setting for multiple flagships unveiling from different smartphone companies.

LG G6 Specs

The LG G6 is expected to sport a 5.7 inch Quad HD LCD display, as per Android Authority. It will also be made with metal and glass, making it sturdier than most smartphones on the market. Additionally, the LG G6 won't be ditching its 3.5 mm jack unlike what Apple did on the iPhone 7 series and what Samsung is rumored to do on the Galaxy S8.

Other rumors about the LG G6 is that it could boast of a dual-cam system and an iris scanner. The phone is also expected to be waterproof and equipped with high-end internals. It was said that the LG G6 could be powered by the fastest chip from Qualcomm which is the Snapdragon 835 processor and it could also boast of a massive 6 GB RAM.

LG G6 New Technology

In light of smartphone safety issues the market is facing right now, LG assures its fans that its next smartphones are tested and proven to be safe. Reports have come out about LG's use of thermal pipes to make sure that heat inside its phones will dissipate properly. This should make the LG G6 a top option for people looking for a sturdy, high-end and safe smartphone.

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