LG G6 to be 50$ more expensive than G5 and IP68 certified

LG G6 to be 50$ more expensive than G5 and IP68 certified

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I know that you probably know by now everything there is to know about the upcoming LG G6, but wait, there is still more!

According to reports from Korean websites the most awaited flagship will be IP68 certified, thus withstanding submergence in up to five feet of water for up to half an hour, meaning that we have to forget last year’s swappable battery design of its predecessor (LG G5). Another report confirms (once again) that the device will pack a 5.7″ 1440×2880 pixels LCD panel with a strange 2:1 aspect ratio, that will shrink its bezels to only 2mm on the top and bottom, resulting in a very impressive design as you can imagine.

The LG G6 will – obviously- pack a dual camera and a fingerprint sensor at the back, along with 32-bit DAC audio support and wireless charging option (just for Europe however). With all these new features, the Korean flagship will cost – again according to reports- around 770$ (!), a price that’s 50$ more expensive than last year’s model.

Don’t you worry, we will get to see the LG G6 in a few weeks time, during Mobile World Congress 2017 in Barcelona. Anything else you’d like to see from the Korean flagship model?

SOURCECNET Korea
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  • Mike Bastable

    Well LG send to be raising the bar on pricing, whereas they previously offered value for money.. They note have to compete spec for spec, build for build, against Samsung and Apple….. And at the price points: they lose.

  • Abraham

    Very expensive. God bless China! By the way, f*ck the news which is not about Chinese tech!

  • MitsosDaBest

    This is crazy. The LG costs more money than an iPhone…

    Any phone over $400-500, is just expensive garbage…

  • P Kumar

    Expensive experimental garbage that overheats and doesn’t get custom we or software supports.