As previously rumored and leaked, LG has debuted the LG G6+, with 128 GB of storage in tow and some extras, like wireless charging for example. It also brings new color options and keeps the core design and features of the flagship.


The RAM stays at 4 GB and the extras include wireless Qi charging. The new color choices are Optical Marine Blue, Optical Terra Gold and Optical Black. LG followed the lead of HTC apparently, applying a new type of coating, that makes the black panel change hue depending on the way the light hits it. The newcomer is bundled with premium B&O headphones.

It keeps the Quad HD+ 5.7 inch screen of the LG G6, the quad core Snapdragon 821 CPU and microSD card slot. Its body is a combo of metal and glass and we’ve also got a 5 MP front camera, a dual main camera with two 13 MP sensors and IP68 certification for water and dust resilience. LG G6+ also has a 3300 mAh battery with Quick Charge 30. The OS here is Android 7.0 Nougat and no price or availability has been revealed.

In the meantime the LG G6 original model has received a big firmware update, that adds on it face recognition even with the phone locked, Low Power Consumption functionality and fine volume control of the HiFi Quad audio.

via LG

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