In Febuary LG released their 2017 flagship; the LG G6, and with its great display and decent specs it was destined to do well. However with a 750$ starting price consumers were asking for a budget device to go along with it. Now, several months later, LG has decided to release their new budget phone line-up that will feature the G6’s most popular aspect; the display.
Even though the Q6 series will feature the 18:9 display, it will not be exactly the same. It will be full HD with a resolution of 2160 x 1080 and it will sport a 442 ppi density. The phone will also maintain slim bezels like its predecessor. The Q6 series will also take over the sturdy metal build the G6 had.
The series consists of three phones; LG Q6, LG Q6 Plus and the LG Q6a. All three will carry the same display and a Snapdragon 435 Mobile Platform processor. The Plus will have 4GB of RAM and 64GB’s of internal storage, the regular device will have 3GB’s of RAM and 32GB’s of internal storage and the LG Q6a will have 2GB’s of RAM and 16GB’s of internal storage.
All three devices will have the same 13MP rearcamera and 5MP front camera. They will also all have a 3000 mAh non-removable battery. All phones will support 4G and they will come in several different colour options such as Astro Black, Marine Blue, Ice Platinum, Mystic White and Terra Gold. Pricing details have not been revealed yet. All devices will run on the newest Android 7.1.1 Nougat.
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