LG is set to put on a show at MWC with the LG G6 being the center of attention. The finish is shiny and black, compared by the source to the Jet Black finish of the iPhone 7.
The prestigious Mobile World Congress is on the threshold to a dazzling start in Barcelona, and one of the most upscale releases is the launch of LG G6. The images also show a Type-C USB port, a microphone jack and a mono speaker lined up at the bottom of the device. The photos leaked up till now were created on a computer and appeared to be the renders of the LG G6.
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A statement released by the Trump administration to mark the day was also criticised for failing to mention religion or refugees. Some warned that the new US policy will be seen as targeting Muslims and further inflame anti-American sentiment in the region.
A leaked image has surfaced online that shows the upcoming LG G6 in flesh for the first time and cements the rumours surrounding its design and looks. Check out the previous leak showing off the front of the LG G6 at the link below. Moving along, the new LG G6 will obviously have the dual camera setup, Fingerprint sensor, and 32-bit DAC audio support. However, the images also reveal that the rear side shell is not the one that is planned for the G6 model in terms of the panel material. LG G6 is expected to come with Qualcomm's Snapdragon 821 SoC, a 5.7-inch QHD Display with a resolution of 2880×1440 pixels, and maybe even the Google Assistant built-in.
We can safely assume the LG G6 will ship with Android 7.0 Nougat operating system right out of the box.
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