The LG G6 will feature a massive 5.7″ Quad HD display on a smaller footprint. The South Korean smartphone maker is calling it a FullVision display as it occupies almost the entire front of the phone. This is made possible with an unconventional 18:9 display aspect ratio which pushes 2,880×1,440 pixels resolution.
Having additional pixels on the screen would be wasteful if existing apps can’t take full advantage of it. To address that, LG is introducing a new UX 6.0 interface which has been teased ahead of its big reveal.
With Samsung out of the running for MWC 2017, at least when it comes to smartphones, LG looks to take all the spotlight as their flagship G6 should get its unveiling at the world’s largest mobile show. But that also means the G6 takes centre stage when it comes to leaks and its latest one reveals that the new handset may come in more than one body type.
As LG looks poised to launch their upcoming flagship, the G6, at the end of next month, a new report from Forbes just dropped that sheds some light what might be disappointing for LG fans to hear: The LG G6 will allegedly not come with Qualcomm’s latest Snapdragon 835 processor and here’s why.
LG is expected to show off something big on the eve of MWC 2017 at Barcelona. Likely to be its next flagship, the LG G6, this device would be a significant jump from its previous flagship especially the current modular G5.
With MWC 2017 happening next month, LG is about to reveal its successor of the LG G5. To pique your interest, they have just released a teaser video which claims to bring your ideal smartphone to life.
LG has officially unveiled its V20 smartphone which is also the world’s first to run on the latest Android 7.0 Nougat out of the box. Like the V10 before this, this is a multimedia-centric smartphone and it comes with a secondary display at the front.
LG’s V10 was a fairly interesting device as it was a G4 on steroids, with one or two added features like the secondary ticker display and two selfie cameras. It was definitely a head turner of a device, but unfortunately, it never got an official launch in Malaysia.
Now, though, LG has officially revealed that there will be a sequel to the V10 and it will be one of the first devices running Android Nougat.
UPDATE: The Nexus 5X is now available in Malaysia.