Hearing a lot of great things about LG G6 is always a good sign because you somehow know that the smartphone is going to end up looking nice and perform even better. According to a new leak from Twitter, the G6 can be seen from all four sides and if this is the real thing, then it is a complete beauty to look at. Firstly, there is very little space at the front that’s actually covering the smartphone body, and if weren’t for that tiny LG logo, the display could have been stretched to cover that entire front panel.
There is a dual-camera lens situated at the rear side and if the color is the same that’s going to be announced in the future, then that glossy black model is something that you will definitely want to purchase if an Android flagship is the next item on your bucket list. Other details according to previous leaks have claimed that the G6 has been rumored to feature a 3,200mAh battery, which is the same capacity as the previous generation V20.
The G6 will most likely have a screen size of 5.7 inches so the larger size will naturally give the company more room to cram in a large battery. However, the hardware specifications bit only looks good on paper so what will really matter is how well the smartphone performs in delivering adequate screen-on time to users. LG has previously teased that its G6 is going to be reliable, but didn’t provide detail as to what the term reliability means. Previously, users have experienced bootloop issues with all LG flagships and while they were durable, the software needed a fair bit of work.
What we think is that the smartphone’s UI and software, in general, would have improved to the point where users would not have to experience those bootloop issues any longer, or at the very least experience them to a very smaller degree since software cannot be perfect. The LG G6 is going to be the first phone being announced by the company that will provide support for wireless charging and become IP68 certified as well.
Rumor also has it that the device is going to be running Google Assistant, while others have stated that it could be running Amazon’s Alexa too.