The LG G6 is the company's latest flagship, which was on unveiled February 26 in Barcelona, Spain, during Mobile World Congress.
After receiving tremendous criticism for its 2016 flagship, the G5, LG is focusing on fundamentals with the G6, including slimmer bezels, a beautiful metal chassis, a big 3,300mAh battery (that isn't removable), excellent dual cameras, and waterproofing.
This year, LG is also going for something else a little different: a 5.7-inch screen with a 18:9 (or 2:1) aspect ratio, slightly taller than most devices in its class. This allows more content to fit on the screen, but it also showcases LG's extremely high screen-to-bezel ratio.
There's also waterproofing (finally) and improvements to the software, including the addition of Google Assistant.
06 March 201734By Andrew MartonikThere are three great color choices on offer for the LG G6, and as usual they are all different in several ways to appeal to a wider audience. You'll only be able to choose one, though, so let us help you decide.
11 March 201726By Andrew MartonikLG is always doing something interesting with its cameras, and the G6 is no exception. Here's what you need to know about the shooters on front and back of the latest phone.
08 March 2017126By Andrew MartonikWith its dual camera setup and big photography claims, the LG G6 is looking like a very good choice for mobile photographers. It of course doesn't live in a vacuum, though, and there are fantastic cameras out there like the Google Pixel XL.
16 March 201722By Andrew MartonikIn an ideal world, every Android app would work flawlessly on every phone — unfortunately, we're not there yet. This is how you can tell your LG G6 to scale apps to look their best.