|LG Q6 series (Photo from LG)|
Earlier today (July 11), LG announced their new mid-range smartphone lineup – the Q6, previously rumored as the “G6 Mini”. For the first time in the industry, LG brings their FullVision display from the G6 to the mainstream budget smartphones.
|Photo from LG|
The LG Q6 series smartphone has 3 separate models with slightly different specifications. All Q6 models have the same minimalist design, similar to the G6. Gone is the reflective glass back panel of the G6, replaced by a curved plastic panel. The phones get a solid metal mid-frame to provide enough durability and rigidity. The 5.5- inch 18:9 FullVision display stretches to almost the whole front of the phone. The Q6 can still maintain a smaller footprint with a huge display because the screen bezels are tiny.
All 3 Q6 models are equipped with the Snapdragon 435 octa-core SoC, clocked at 1.4 GHz. They have the same 5.5-inch display with a resolution of 2160×1080 (FHD+). They also have a wide angle 5 megapixel front camera that is capable of using LG’s own face recognition feature. Fingerprint sensor is not available on the Q6. All physical dimensions and weight are identical across the lineup.
The only difference among the Q6α, Q6 and Q6+, are the memory configuration and colours. They can have RAM from 2GB up to 4GB, and storage from 16GB to 64GB.
|Photo from LG|
Pricing of the LG Q6 is not yet revealed yet, but we can expect a pretty budget-friendly price. The Q6 will first available in Asia in August.
The LG Q6 looks like a great mid-range smartphone with decent hardware and that stunning bezel-less display.
Source from LG.
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