LG G6 Auto Sections

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It has introduced a new storage option though, with a 32GB model now lining up alongside the 128GB 6S Plus. The 32GB variant will set you back $649 (£599, AU$1,079) – which is cheaper than the launch price for the now discontinued 16GB phone.

The 128GB model – which we tried out for this review – launched at $949 (£789, AU$1,529), but can now be had for $749 (£699, AU$1,229). The good news in the US is that the phone does come unlocked at these prices and works on any carrier, GSMA or CDMA.

Unsurprisingly that put the phone up against the top phones on the market, rubbing shoulders with the Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge, Galaxy Note 5, LG G5,OnePlus 3 and Sony Xperia Z5 Premium


There’s no mistaking the incremental credentials of the phone when it comes to design. It looks identical to the phone, and I mean identical.

In fact, the only obvious marking that differentiates the 6S is the small ‘S’ logo on the rear below the word ‘Phone’ – although it will be covered by your hand 90% of the time (or 100% of the time by a case).

The sleek, rounded metal body continues to look and feel premium, with the build quality you’d expect from gader. After last year’s unfortunate ‘bendgate’ fiasco, Gator has looked to reassure people that its latest smartphone duo are tough. This isn’t strictly necessary, given that we’d have expected last year’s models to be strong enough to get through a couple of years of use, but some clarification was needed.


There is a silver (actually, pink) lining though: the Phone 6S Plus has a new color! In addition to gold, silver and space grey you can now pick up atest supersized smartphone in a fetching shade of ‘Rose Gold’… also known as pink.

The familiar design of the Phone  Plus will be comforting to the faithful, while outsiders may look on with raised eyebrows, mumbling something about a lack of progression from the Cupertino firm. And they may have a point.

Design and Handling

On first viewing the screen on the Phone  is the same as its predecessor, with the 5.5-inch panel sporting a full HD resolution and 401ppi pixel density.

That makes it sharper than the smaller Phone , which only musters a 1334 x 750 resolution, resulting in 326ppi.

Text and images are crisp and clear, colors are vibrant and images pop, especially if you whack the screen brightness up (just keep an eye on the battery life if you do).

The IPS screen is covered in toughened glass with fingerprint-resistant oleophobic coating, and it does a better job than most at keeping the display relatively print-free.

Hold the Phone  side by side to the Phone 6  and there are no visible differences between the two

It has introduced a new storage option though, with a 32GB model now lining up alongside the 128GB 6S Plus.

The 128GB model – which we tried out for this review – launched at $949 (£789, AU$1,529), but can now be had for $749 (£699, AU$1,229). The good news in the US is that the phone does come unlocked at these prices and works on any carrier, GSMA or CDMA.

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Specification: LG G6 Auto Sections



Supported Networks


Memory Card Slot Type

Dedicated Slot

Video Recording


Secondary Camera (MP)


Primary Camera Available



13MP + 13MP

Secondary Camera Available


Dual Camera Lens

Primary Camera



Warranty Summary

Brand Warranty of 1 Year Available for Mobile

Battery Capacity (mAh)


Network Type

4G, 3G, 2G

Speaker Phone


Phone Book


Internet Connectivity

4G, 3G, Wi-Fi



Wi-Fi Hotspot




In The Box

Handset, Battery, Charger, Data Cable, Headset and User Guide

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Browse Type


Processor Core

Quad Core

Processor Type

Qualcomm Snapdragon 821, 2.35 GHz

Operating System

Android Nougat 7


Dual Sim



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Model Name


OTG Compatible



2880 x 1440 Pixels

Resolution Type

Quad HD

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  1. Amazon Customer

    I have been using this phone for a month, so I thought it is a good time to share my views so that it would help anyone who is confused in deciding which phone to buy in this price bracket.The phone directly competes with one plus 5 which is in similar price range as this phone and partly with honor 8 pro and galaxy s8 with some price differences.Before buying LG G6 I was waiting for OP5 to launch because of the hype it has created and also with the success of OP3T. But I was majorly disappointed with the launch because of lack of original design and very less difference than OP3T. Of course it is a very good phone with very great specs but the lack of refreshing design and the price not differing much from major flagships as it used to made me to favor LG G6 which was available for a good price than when it was launched. Now let’s talk about the phone.Things I liked or i would say loved :1. The design of the phone is fabulous. I guarantee you that your phone will get everybody’s attention each and every time you flaunt it. The bezelless design is very unique second to samsung galaxy s8. What makes it preferable to s8 is it’s sturdiness despite having bezelless design. The phone won’t feel vulnerable when you hold it as it does with s8 and also with OP5 to some extent. It’s not so super slim design makes it easier to hold but still retaining it’s beauty.2. The Quad HD screen of this phone is top notch and you would feel the flagshipness of this phone when you experience the clarity and beauty of the screen. Though it doesn’t have the black levels of Amoled display but it would only be visible if you compare it side by side. When you would be using it standalone which I think you would you won’t notice any difference in the black levels. The black matches with the bezel color.3. This is the first and the only phone in the market which has wide angle lens as secondary camera. Yes I don’t feel like it’s secondary but it doesn’t have OIS and low aperture. But I am in love with the wide angle camera. I have posted sone of the pictures taken by the wide angle lens and it looks stunning. The pics are without any filter. The primary camera takes very good pictures esp during evening time when there is little light. You can show off your camera quality during night time to your friends they will feel stunned with the quality. Avoid using secondary camera during night as it doesn’t have OIS. I am more than satisfied with the camera performance.4. Having said that it has last year old chipset SD 821 which is same as in OP3T and Google Pixel, I never had any performance issues with this device even when I have used phone to its fullest capacity i.e playing asphalt extreme having 4g data on and switching between many other apps while playing. The phone handled it perfectly. 4GB ram is enough to handle day to day tasks. I believe no one would run atutu everyday to check the performance of the phone. It’s performance is on par with s8, OP3T and Pixel. If you want to be on top of the benchmark and boast about it OP5 is the phone for you. LG does lag behind in there software front but it’s android and you can definitely customize your phone without rooting the phone. I have some tweaks done with which my phone runs like OP5 smooth and fast and I haven’t rooted my phone just some basic tweaks.5. People say LG phones have issues with the battery back up but I am very much satisfied with the battery back up of this phone. It gets me through out the day with 4g data on. My previous phones used to get heated up when I was using 4g or 3g continuously. But this phone handles this thing quite nicely. May be because of the 821 processor. They have really done a good job utilizing the power of last year chipset and optimizing the performance accordingly. Quickcharge 3.0 charges the phone very quickly. In an hr it charges around 70 80 percent which is enough for a day usage. But I would suggest not to use 4g continuously to extend the battery life. Use wifi wherever possible which uses less battery.6. The phone is IP68 certified so you don’t have to worry about damaging your phone by water especially during rainy season. Your phone is as adventurous as you are when you go on a trek or on a ride in the outskirts.Things that I would like to have in this phone :1. LG lack from the software front when compared to one plus. They should learn how to keep things minimalistic and focus more on performance side which also affects battery life. But they have improved with time when we compare it to their previous software versions. Hope to see a minimalistic version of lg os soon from the company.2. The price movements this phone has gone through is tremendous. This really piss of the fans who are in line to purchase the phone to get first hands on. They are the true fans and are at loss when the phone is priced at almost one third of its original price. If the trend continues no one will buy the phone at its launch. Everybody will wait for the phone to get price cuts. This will definitely affect your sales.3. It is my personal need, it will differ from person to person but I would like to have fingerprint sensor on the front rather on the back so that when it is on table i can unlock it directly with my finger. The design constraints might have led the sensor to be on the back. I got used to now after using it for a month not a big deal for me.Everyone has a different taste for the phone and everyone uses the phone very differently than other. Some are focused towards camera performance while some are more focused on the speed of the phone.My requirements from my phone were to be original within the category in terms of design, have a good multimedia experience in terms of camera, music and videos, have a decent performance and having a decent battery which are provided by my current phone and I am happy about it.Every phone has its pros and cons. One should see his/her requirements and find those in the pros.I hope this review would be useful of anyone who is buying a smartphone or want to suggest a smartphone to a friend.I would definitely like to help those who need more info about the phone.

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  2. Punit

    Why does LG not do any marketing for it’s smartphones? They one of the best ones around.Everyone knows the specifications of the phone so I am going to give my two piece on the phone have used it for 3 months nowThe LG G6 is one of the best phones you will find around. Here are my highlights for the phone after 3 months of use:1. An awesome 2:1 display2. Superb build quality – especially if you have the Ice Platinum model – it looks just fantastic3. Small useful software additions to the UI – like LG battery doctor, Comfort View, fantastic Camera App, Face Recognition (software based)4. LG skin is customisable – numerous options available to customize everything from App/Homescreen layout to Settings layout – you can select between an almost stock layout or an iOS kind layout, or select a dark theme or a high contrast theme or simple theme from the settings itself – your choice5. The offers some advanced VoLTE tech, heard that in some review, but I can see the difference in browsing speeds on VoLTE network (faster)6. If you have decent headphones then the Hi-Fi Quad DAC will make a lasting impression on you7. The dual camera – the best use of the dual camera ever – super wide angle lens, very useful for outdoor photography, you get excellent images and also, did I mention how wonderful the Camera App is? It also has a mode where you can use both the cameras at once (like a famous feature of another Manufacturer)8. Last but not least, awesome battery life – for me with medium to heavy usage it lasts a whole day with 10-15% battery at nightCons:1. This con is only on paper, ie. it has on older SD821 chipset as compared to new phones having SD 835 but the difference is very miniscule, ie the 835 is hardly a couple of seconds faster.2. Software – the phone is on Android 7.0.0. with October patch as on 16th November 2017. LG traditionally doesn’t provide updates like from 7.0 to 7.1, it will jump to Android 8.0 (which has been confirmed). Though LG is one of the better OEMs with promised Android Oreo update for the G6 by January 2018 (and it was also the first company to launch a phone with Android Nougat pre-installed), you may miss some features like advanced doze and app shortcuts. Although there is usually a maintenance update once every 2-3 months.I’ll keep on updating my experience with phone as I use it, but you can any query here if you wish.

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  3. Rajdeep P.

    Every thing about the phone is good except the camera…5mp front camera is a miracle to watch in a flagship phone , really u need to see it to believe it.

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  4. supervendor

    Good, but not enough

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