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The first LG G6 phone leak indicates it’s again on the correct path

The first LG G6 phone leak indicates it’s again on the correct path

LG G6 is the first major phone of 2017 that we quite want to see, and we won't have got to wait unless its expected MWC 2017 unveiling to trap a glimpse.

Shiny, new LG G6 renders appeared online in these days, and whilst they may be unofficial, they depict a mobile that is shaping as much as be greater than a modular experiment.

That is great news for someone who wishes to improve beyond the LG G5 and its few modular components that went nowhere. This cell wows in different approaches.

It is stated to be encased in a 'extremely reflective metal material' and yet it will still be able of wi-fi charging, in step with the present day LG G6 rumors.

State-of-the-art renders show a twin lens digital camera setup and fingerprint sensor on back. And we're anticipating a 5.3-inch Quad HD show on front, matching the LG G5.

Water-proof, however what in regards to the battery?

The LG G6 is illustrated to have a non-modular, hermetic design, however one that still maintains the three. 5mm headphone jack and USB-C port open.

It might very well be a water-proof – or at the least water resistant – LG flagship cell – eventually. However that will come on the rate of the replaceable battery.

LG has triumphantly touted its phone batteries as replaceable. When Samsung decided to do away with the consumer-changeable battery opening within the Galaxy S6 .

Why the exchange? We may see tremendously better battery existence from a extra vigour effective Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 chipset. More likely to be throughout the LG G6.

Couple that with Qualcomm four. Zero fast charge powers, and this new Android telephone would recharge 20% rapid than last year's phones.

We will be aware of for certain at MWC 2017, and probably hear about new rumors at CES 2017 .

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