Best part is that the LG G6 is a new kind of smartphone just around the corner as it’s being set up to launch around the globe pretty soon. It was originally announced recently last month at MWC 2017 trade show, meaning that quite a few consumers are either already prepared to purchase it as their next handset, or they might be thinking about whether or not this is the same device for them. No fence here, as you can make your decision whether on if the LG G6 fits your need or if just want to know more about it prior to its bargain. Here are some of the top LG G6 features that make this a worthy device to grab.
Exceptional features you will find inside the LG G6, following:
LG Mobile Switch
There’s no point in denying it that sometimes switching to a new phone suck just like moving can be worst. Reason, because you have to move all your personal stuff from one place to another, as well as, that can be a tedious task. Luckily LG G6 has the ability to save your back on the smartphone front with the LG Mobile Switch feature. Just as the name suggests this is on kind of G6 features that is designed to help you make an easy transition from your old phone to your new one and to do it as seamlessly as possible.
Dolby Vision HDR
The large screen on the LG G6 will directly help users of the phone end-up watching plenty of video on the hardware, and thanks to the Dolby Vision HDR support picture quality of certain content will be unparalleled, provided the content is HDR content. But this new clarity and highlighted quality of picture won’t apply to all video clips you want, nevertheless, its growing list of this type of content on both Netflix and Amazon Video with which to make use of is possible.
With the LG G6’s unique screen aspect ratio of 18:9, LG was able to work in cool little camera mode called Square Camera, and among other things it makes for the perfect Instagram shot which comes in handy when you’re the type who loves to post your memories on Instagram to share them with others. Otherwise, it works great for being to see a preview of your picture immediately after you take it, but instead of taking up the whole screen the preview sits next to the viewfinder which is already prepared to take another photo. Due to that reason, why this is sure to be a favorite. It’ll be perfect for allowing you to see if the shot you took is what you originally wanted. If it isn’t that so perfect, you can simply take another as you can compare the same subject to what you snapped the first time.
With the selection of smart settings you can configure different functions based on various things, such as you can have one smart setting configured to switch to a specific sound profile, Wi-Fi connection, or Bluetooth connection to change automatically when you getting to home and leave home, or you can also choose an app to have open up automatically when you plug in a pair of headphones, like Play Music or Spotify.
This is another outstanding feature found on LG G6, Google Assistant. Particularly, it’s one of the best features that you’ll find on a device as it adds a lot of functionality to the phone and all of it works through your voice. If you need to answer a quick question and simply don’t want to tap the screen of your device or if you want to send a message and don’t feel like typing, Google Assistant is there to help you out.
Following the review of useful features that can be found on the LG G6, the next big deal is the multi-window inclusion, which you’ll find yourself taking advantage of at times. As it’s handy to have around when you want to browse your social feeds while also watching a video, or read through your emails and even have the news open at the same time.
Another outstanding feature which LG incorporated in the new LG G6 is app scaling. This is one of the perfect app scaling feature that it helps to optimize the way apps are presented on screen. With most devices this isn’t a big issue but because of the LG G6’s 18:9 aspect ratio some apps might apparently not look as great as intended. This is where app scaling can help as it allows you to select the aspect ratio for each and every single app with options for 16:9, 16.7: 9, and 18:9. It’s woth noting that this only works for downloaded apps and not for pre-installed stock apps on the device.
This new feature called 360 Panorama mode in the LG G6’s camera takes the panoramic shot to a whole new level by allowing you to get shots that you would or else need a 360-degree camera for. Better part about this inclusion is the interactive way you can view the resulting images. You can also have your own VR headset to simply turn around while wearing the headset to see what the camera saw. Indeed, you can even get those same effect by simply looking at the photo in its interactive state and turning the phone around to view different angles of the photos, just as how you would if you were watching a 360-degree video.
Hi-Fi Quad DAC
Unfortunately, this isn’t the feature going to sit on all LG G6 models in all markets are going to get, because, LG says that only certain markets are going to get a model which supports this, but for those that are in the region where the Hi-Fi Quad DAC is supported, this will allow the G6 phone to put out some incredible audio, which is somewhat going to be even more impressive due to the fact that it’s a smartphone. For those who love to list to music or people those just generally want the best possible sound for any audio this will be an important feature to have.
Game Battery Saver
Is for those hardcore mobile game players on your phone. As always, you might know how much the games on a mobile device can drain your phone’s battery life. Battery life can be all too precious these days as smartphone become the central point of most people’s lives as they’re a tool that integrates with every aspect of them. Whatever your reasons for needing to save on battery life, the Game Battery Saver mode on the LG G6 can essentially tweak various game details to reduce the battery consumption while playing, including video quality and frame rate depending on which option you choose.
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