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LG G6 Review and Specification

Together with all the G6, LG is expecting to do something that it was not able to continue year -- market a few mobiles. While we have to applaud the organization's investment and openness to try out something new together with the G5 (modularity), we have emphasized multiple occasions that the implementation didn't do the job. During our LG G6 inspection, we attempt to choose if the fast flip-flop has been the ideal move.

In 2017, LG has battled the modularity completely and is supplying a totally redesigned smartphone. It's glass, metal, plus a good 5.7″ QHD screen with barely any bezel surrounding it. It is a day and night difference between a season's G5, but will it be sufficient to get folks excited and about board? That is what we’re here to figure it out.

This is our LG G6 review.



There has been a small bit of arguing one of Android nerds (ourselves included) about the processor inside the G6. LG chose to send this phone using a Snapdragon 821 chip, which is last year's luxury silicon from Qualcomm. It's claimed that LG must have utilized the Snapdragon 835, the most up-to-date and best from Qualcomm to get 2017 flagships. Basically, it was bad timing for LG, as the Snapdragon 835 was not being produced in high enough amounts, and then all was being made was already spoken for by Samsung for use in the Galaxy S8. LG's desire to get out before Samsung this year by sticking with the 821 has been a bet, but in my mind, it is not as if you're becoming a bad phone because it's the past year's processor. The G6 has everything on its spec sheet minus the SD 835, and that means you can not knock it too much.

Anyhow, for complete specifications, we are considering a 5.7″ QHD+ "FullVision" screen (18:9), dual 13MP rear-facing cameras, 5MP front-facing camera, Snapdragon 821 chip, 4GB RAM, 3,300mAh non-removable battery (Quick Charge 3.0), microSD support, IP68 certification, fingerprint reader, USB Type-C, Bluetooth 4.2, along with Android "Nougat."

Now, do not get me wrong, I might have loved to have seen a Snapdragon 835 in my mind, however, from my experience, the G6 hasn't suffered because of a scarcity of one. I'll get to functionality in just a small bit, but only know that this phone is not really missing anything in the specs section, that is not easy to say for many mobiles these days. The G6 is a comprehensive package, one which I haven't enjoyed keeping in my pocket for nearly a couple of months now.


Among the marquee features for your G6 is this rounded, super immersive 5.7″ QHD+ display. When you first get it in your hand, it's pretty incredible, since it seems as if you're really only holding a big display with barely any bezel surrounding it.

Speaking purely on the curved corners, they have grown on me very well. It is not such a radical matter when you become accustomed to watching these, and with all the Galaxy S8 additionally sporting them, it looks like something we will all need to get accustomed for, at least for now.

Now, because of the 18:9 aspect ratio, so it could take a while for apps and media to get better acquainted with this, but again, after you become used to it, it's not bad at all. To help make your apps fit the screen better, LG delivers a software tweak which can scale the program to whatever size required (16:9, 16.7:9, 18:9). As soon as you tweak this, the app will restart itself, however do notice, not all apps will appear great. Basically, if an app is created for 16:9, switching it to 18:9 can make things look zoomed in or stretched. As an example, YouTube and Netflix appear nice in 18:9. Super Mario Run looks somewhat amazing when scaled, although it is totally useable. All of these scaling settings can be seen at the "App Scaling" part of the Display preferences.


You can not help but notice the LG G6's design. For me, it is hot. Others might think it seems strange, at least the backside that's much like a robot "O-face." But hey, it is what it really is. Most of all, on the front, you have a massive screen wrapped with nominal bezel, complete with the rounded corners. The entirety of this phone's edges are metal, then glass onto the front and back. On the bottom, you've got the easily accessible fingerprint reader, plus the dual camera setup. As you already know, we love using a fingerprint reader on the bottom, as it is something we've become accustomed to for what seems like years now. We liked it about the LG G5, we liked it on the Pixels, and it's not any different on the LG G6.


There's a couple of things to say regarding the G6 cameras, however allow it to be understood, the camera(s) are good. There are double 13MP (Wide: F2.4 / 125°, Standard: OIS 2.0, F1.8 / / 71°) sensors on the backside, effective at creating the wide angle shots most might be searching for. Upon firing them up, you'll see that it takes a second for the camera to snap and focus its original shot. I have discovered that this small stutter could allow you to miss a shot, however as long as you're in no rush, you may easily create some fantastic images. There's also a manual mode included, so professionals must have no problems adjusting the worth and all that good stuff for top of the point shots.


The G6 has a Snapdragon 821 and 4GB of RAM, but before you go grabbing your pitchforks over LG with last year's chip, do realize that the SD821 is excellent silicon. Heck, it is the identical chip used in the Pixel and Pixel XL, and those phones operate just fine. What it comes right down to is real world use and from my experience, things are fine.

Opening up programs, playing matches, then shifting back and forth isn't any problem about the G6, and that there has not been any true jank to whine about. Believe me, even if there was some thing incorrect in the operation section, I'd be the first to allow you to know. And for everybody who fractures a bootloop joke, don't worry, I have had zero problems regarding bootloops.