Published: Tue, June 20, 2017
Research | By Jennifer Evans

LG G6+, LG G6 32 GB announced in new colors

LG G6+, LG G6 32 GB announced in new colors

The essential distinction between the standard LG G6 (64GB) and its new variations is away limit while the new LG G6 32GB, as the name proposes, has 32GB worked away, the new LG G6+ packs 128GB.

Finally, LG is introducing a new "Covered Lens" warning to alert users that they may have a finger or thumb covering a portion of their camera lens when getting ready to snap a picture. LG has also revealed that this will be arriving on the regular LG G6 as its first major software update since launch. For folks in the United States for instance, better sound quality via Quad DAC wasn't available. LG has confirmed that it will bring its quad DAC audio performance to all models of the smartphone, whereas it was previously only available on Asian models. Of course, this update may take a little bit to roll out to everyone, but all of you with a G6 should receive it by August (hopefully).

Now LG is fighting fire with fire, adding a new more potent model to the mix with enhanced hardware. The new LG G6+ comes in Optical Terra Gold, Optical Astro Black, and Optical Marine Blue avatars, and the existing LG G6 gets the Optical Terra Gold and Optical Marine Blue color options as well. In fact, all specifications, other than the RAM and storage space, are identical, including the 5.7-inch QHD+ display with rounded corners, the Snapdragon 821 processor, the dual 13MP cameras, and 3,300 mAh battery. LG says that this whole process takes less than a second. The shiny backs have been made possible by a lenticular film which helps create an optical effect to change the color based on light. The new versions - the G6 Plus and the G6 Pro - will offer a broader set of options for consumers who seek different memory sizes and device colors that are not available in the original G6 series.

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