LG phones are always a delight. They bring in new technology, in other words, the company which tries hard to innovate is LG.
Today is the day, G6 is going to be launched at a price tag of ₹51,990/- (from our sources). If you remember, the G5 was also launched with the same price tag.
The G series is one of the prime series launched by LG. Did we also tell you that there’s a pre-booking offer in which you get 7000 off!
So, enough of all praises. Does this phone really deserve?
Let’s find out!
The LG G6 looks almost similar this year’s Galaxy S8, but with a little more bezel on all the 4 sides.
It has a 5.7-inch Quad-HD Display with 564 ppi and a screen to body ratio of 80%.
LG claims that this will fit comfortably in a single hand.
It has rounded corners.
Comes with Dolby Vision™
which transforms your mobile viewing experience with dramatic color, contrast, and brightness.
The body of the G6 is made from aluminum and glass which is indeed a rare combination, giving a good in-hand feel.
The LG G6 comes with one of the finest set of cameras to capture life’s breathtaking views.
A dual 13mp camera’s with f/2.4 aperture and can record resolutions up to 4160 x 3120.
It has an IP68 rating, which means it is dust resistant and also the phone is waterproof up to 1.5 meters for up to 30 minutes.
It is a Completely Scratchless Device: Corning® Gorilla® Glass 3 on Screen and Rear Camera; Corning Gorilla Glass 5 on Back.
No matter how hard you scratch, It’s gonna stay all the same.
So, Where were we Disappointed?
Of Course every phone has got it’s own set of pros and cons. LG has dissappointed us by keeping a Snapdragon 821 processor instead of using Snapdragon 835.
the RAM :
And a 4GB RAM. We feel 4GB ram is more than enough if the OS is optimized. This Shouldn’t be a Con, But more is good! 🙂
All the flagships are coming with 835 chip in it, but LG says they’re better off with 821, due to the amount of Optimizations done to the OS which comes with Google Assistant pre-loaded.
They’ll be quick with the updates, because G6 being their savior after the debacle of the G5, which failed to woo the Indian Consumers.
We wonder how would a 3,300 mAh battery carry the load of a a QHD display, capable of 4K recording. We’re a bit skeptical with this. 4000 mAh would have been better.
But at a Launching price of almost ₹52,000/- minus ₹7000 (Pre-launch offer) We feel this is a good deal!
What are your opinions about this device?
Planning to buy one? Let us know in the comments.