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LG G6: rumours and release date

LG G6 Features Rumours

But enough about the power, camera, or even the look of the phone, let’s get down to the rumoured LG G6 features. Well, the latest LG G6 news is pretty comprehensive in this area. We can expect a host of rather nifty little capabilities, apparently, starting with the inclusion of Google Assistant or Alexa. Having a personal assistant in your pocket that understands what you say… What could be better than that?

Alexa the personal assistant on Amazon Echo

In other LG G6 news, the phone will probably boast super-fast wireless charging (which, let’s face it, is what we all really want at this point!), a fingerprint scanner, and improved audio. Needless to say that all of these things would be welcome additions to the next LG phone.

Plus, there’s been absolutely no mention of the phone ditching the headphone jack, which means that you don’t have to rush out to get wireless earphones just yet.

LG G6 Display Rumours

Here’s another area where we don’t need to rely on the LG G6 rumours. That’s because LG officials have already come out and confirmed that the G6 will sport a 5.7-inch QHD LCD display.

Also, a recent photo leak (sourced from TechRadar), shows that the phone will have a 90% screen-to-body ratio. With phone screens growing every year, it’s good to see manufacturers are getting smart on how they use the space, rather than increasing the overall handset size.

LG G6 Leak | source: TechRadar

By the looks of the LG G6 leak above, it will feature an always-on display, showing important notifications and the time at a glance. This was present (and popular) on the LG G5.

LG G6 Pricing Rumours

So, if you want to get your hands on LG G6, how much will it cost you? Well, when it comes to the price of this device, we’ve got the news right from the horse’s mouth.

The good people at LG have already stated that the phone will be around the same price as the LG G5 when it first hit stores. That means that we can expect to see the LG G6 on sale for between £400-£490. That’s amazing value for a flagship phone filled with top-of-the-range specs.

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