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LG Announces its new LG G6 #MWC2017

LG today introduced its new flagship G6 in Mobile World Congress 2017, a phone whose greatest virtue is to have a big screen that fits in the Palm of our hand.

The team has a full vision display 5.7 inch, which allows a multitasking specially designed for the use of social networks, videos and other tasks we commonly do in our devices. It also has a metal frame which allowed to develop this section with an unusual ratio of 18:9 with resolution QHD + 564 ppp, including a Dolby Vision HDR 10 system, which improved greatly the quality of image on the device, transforming it into a terminal that is ideal for watching videos and playing video games in a good way.

All of this comes powered by a Snapdragon 821 four core processor with GPU Adreno 530, memory LPDDR4 RAM of 4GB, memory expandable to 2 TB via microSD32 and 64 GB internal, rear camera double 13 MPx and front of 8MPx, 3300 mAh battery operating system Android 7.0 Nougat.

Taking advantage of the situation of the phones Samsung Galaxy Note 7, he also spoke for the first time of a security system that prevents the batteries to explode, rather than certainly it reassure all the users after multiple reports of accidents of this kind.


Another virtue of the G6 LG is that it is the first team to bring Google Assistant outside the Google Pixel, what brings a lot of new features and functionality to this device.

During the entire presentation, LG made evidence that its new LG G6 was designed on the basis of a long study of user behavior, who noted all the needs that they have to produce the ideal phone for them.

For some reason, the company did not mention the release date or price that will take your new machine, however will be timely informing of this when we have such information in our hands.

Check out the full presentation of LG G6 in our featured video.

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