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LG G6 Release Date, Specs: Phone Could Be Launch Earlier than Samsung Galaxy S8; Design Reportedly Deviates from Predecessors [VIDEO]

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LG is moving on from the users' disappointments for LG G5 and slim sales for LG V20 because they are preparing for the launching of the most anticipated LG G6 which is said to be launched earlier than Samsung Galaxy S8. Read more details here!

LG G6 Specs and Features

The 2017 flagship of LG is said to improve sales for the coming quarters because LG G6 is reportedly equipped with powerhouse specs and never-before features. According to GSM Arena, recent leaked shows the renders of the phone that is said to be looking like the LG G5 with the same height but different width because the phone is reportedly slimmer than its predecessor.

 Accordingly, the same is expected for the LG G6 most especially when it comes to the physical appearance such as the volume buttons which are still located in the same location, at the left side to be more specific. The dual-camera is apparent at the back and a fingerprint sensor is presumed to be included at the back part as well.

Furthermore, LG G6 is said to sport a 5.3-inch screen display with screen resolution of 1440 x 2560 pixel. Also the phone will be equipped with 6GB of RAM but no further information regarding the internal storage has been revealed yet.  

On the other hand, LG G6 phone battery information is still unknown but rumors suggest that it will be a non-removable one. However, for the physical looks, it is expected for the phone to be looks similar with LG V20 rounded edges according to 9 to 5 Google.

LG G6 Release Date

LG G6 is rumored to be released earlier than the scheduled launching of Samsung Galaxy S8 which is rumored to take place during the Mobile World Congress in February 2016. For this reason, LG G6 is rumored to follow the release date of its predecessor LG G5 which was also released months earlier than the MWC in 2015. 

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