A new press render of the LG G6 has been leaked just before its official announcement at the Mobile World Congress (MWC 2017) event on February 26. Here are the details on what the newly leaked image revealed ahead of its unveil.
Live images for the upcoming G6 smartphone has been spotted several times and now this first render of the smartphone has surfaced showing its 5.7-inch Quad HD+ screen with 18:9 aspect ratio and narrow bezels thanks to @evleaks.
Although LG is holding an event this weekend, and it’s not the first time we’ve gotten a good, fairly look at LG’s next flagship device, overall, it’s definitely the best. Also Read: The LG G6 Promises Higher-Level Sound With An upgraded Quad-DAC Output
Other recent leaks shows the G6 nearly bezel-less, allowing the QHD+ display to dominate the front of the machine. There’s FullVision display with narrow bezels, metal frame and no no buttons or touch sensors to speak of on the front panel or the top or bottom of the hardware. Rather, the rounded fingerprint sensor on the back of the device will presumably double as a power button.
Rest of the leaked LG G6 specifications include a Qualcomm Snapdragon 821 processor, dual-rear 13-megapixel cameras with a dual LED flash, one with 125-degree wide-angle lens and Android 7.0 Nougat as software out-of-the-box. Also showing LG branding on the front, below the screen. LG has indeed confirmed the phone will be waterproof.
What we really learned is that the LG G6 phone will feature a colorful new wallpaper, along with it, the handset also shows a time and date of 12:30 on February 26th, which just happens to be exactly when the Korean giant will showcase the phone to the world at MWC for the first time.