MWC is coming up next week and we have seen lot of leaked images of most popular devices from world’s renowned manufactures and in the same race a few more images popped out of LG’s upcoming flagship device LG G6. A couple of LG G6 images emerged on internet showing its front and backside in silver color. From the leaked images it is obvious that this device is round edged having a bigger display and compact design making this device more charming and the screen is occupying most of the front space with very few space is left for below and upper sections. Finger print scanner is still residing at the back of the device along a dual primary camera. Beside these all hardware aspects it is also believed that this device is coming up with some major software upgrades too and some new features are going to be part of this latest flagship from LG.
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Other specifications of LG G6 includes a 5.7 inch display having a resolution of 1440 x 2880 pixels and pixel density is improved greatly in this device with a 565 ppi pixel density and having a RAM of 6GB. This device will come up with 2 variants of different internal storage sizes of 64 and 128GB and each will be having an option of extended memory slot upto 256GB. This device is also featuring a dual primary camera of 16MP that is capable of recording video of 2160p at 30 frame per second along stereo sound recording. LG also promoted selfie culture by putting a powerful 12MP front camera in the device for shooting some of the best selfies ever. This all hardware will be powered by a quad core processor and Adreno 530 will take care of the graphics. Well a powerful battery is also needed to meet the requirement of this hardware and its is expected LG will equip a 3600mAH battery in this device.
Well all we need to do is wait for just few days to get these specifications confirmed by LG itself for LG G6 in MWC. So till then enjoy these leaked images and other renders that are popping out every second day. Give us your feedback on this and stay tune for future updates.