The LG G6 first made its official appearance at the 2017 Mobile World Congress trade show in Barcelona and has finally unveiled its full retail price in Europe's largest market, Germany.
According to Phone Arena, the LG G6 is set at price tag of €750 ($799) listed on the big box retailer, MediaMarkt. Apparently, the said device can be pre-ordered in one of its three color versions: White, Platinum Gold and Black.
How Expensive Is The LG G6 In Europe?
The same article also compared the €750 price tag on other premium price flagships as well. Starting at the bottom, the OnePlus 3T 64 GB costs €440 ($469), the Galaxy S7 Edge 32 GB costs €610 ($650), the Huawei P10 Plus 128 GB costs €750, the HTC U Ultra 64 GB costs €750, and both the Google Pixel XL 32 GB iPhone 7 Plus 32 GB costs €900 ($959). With that being said, the LG G6 32 GB with all its amazing specs and features, costs cheaper than the Pixel XL and iPhone 7 Plus, but is more expensive than the OnePlus 3T and Galaxy S7 Edge.
LG G6's Software Performance
Speaking about specs and features, a performance test between the LG G6 against other high-end smartphones was conducted by a YouTube channel that goes by the name of News 24H Channel. In the AnTuTu complex benchmark results, the lowest was Huawei P10 with 121078, Galaxy S7 Edge got 128191 (no mention whether it was carrying a Snapdragon or Exynos chip), LG G6 got 137792, Google Pixel got 140722, and the iPhone 7 got 168795.
Next were the GeekBench CPU performance results. On the single-core score results, Google got the lowest with 1525, LG G6 with 1732, Galaxy S7 Edge with 1857, Huawei P10 with 1923, and the iPhone 7 on top with 3464. Meanwhile, on the multi-core score results, the LG G6 got the lowest score with 4126, Google Pixel got 4148, iPhone 7 got 5605, Galaxy S7 Edge got 5569, and the Huawei P10 with the leading score of 5891.