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LG teases a bigger screen on a smaller phone with waterproofing for the G6

cjmagowan  —  1 year ago ( Jan 13, 2017 )    |    News

From the looks of it, we fairly understand that customers aren’t ready for modular devices for the real world. It seems that the concept isn’t really catching up with the time despite how useful it is to interchange several parts of the devices for more functions. That move costed a lot for LG when they released the G5 last year, so for its successor, the Korean tech firm went back to the traditional phone device and added features that has been requested by many.

For the first time, LG will be releasing a waterproof device as revealed by the teaser video that LG recently launch for its upcoming flagship the G6. Apart from Water proofing, several seemingly respondents from the videos gave their ideas for the best smartphone of their choice. It looks like everybody wants a bigger screen but in a handy and smaller body, easy to text and can be operated in one hand. One also suggest a devices that captures everything all at once and something that is reliable. All that features are going to become infused on one device and that LG G6 is the answer to that.

The LG G6 will be a typical smartphone device but this time it’s waterproof, it will have a better display with rumors suggesting a higher screen-to-body ratio and will sport a larger 5.7-inch QHD+ display with LG saying that the move for a bigger display was a direct result from customer’s demands.

The LG G6 is set to be unveiled on February in time for the MWC 2017 and is expected to launch this coming March worldwide. More about the LG G6 and its features in the coming weeks so stay tuned.