LG G6 (Ice Platinum, FullVision)
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- 13MP primary camera and 5MP front facing camera, wide angle dual camera with square camera mode and SNS (Social Network) Quick Access
- 18:9 Display: 14.47 centimeters (5.7-inch) FullVision display with 2880 x 1440 pixels resolution, Dolby Vision and HDR10
- Android v7.0 Nougat operating system with 2.35GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 821 quad core processor, 4GB RAM, 64GB internal memory expandable up to 2TB and Dual SIM (Nano-SIM, Dual Stand-By)
- 3300mAH lithium-ion battery providing talk-time of 14 hours and standby time of 136 hours
- Water and dust resistant (IP68)
- 1 year manufacturer warranty for device and 6 months manufacturer warranty for in-box accessories including batteries from the date of purchase
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Big Screen: LG G6 has a big and superbly smooth screen that fits your hand. It packs a 14.47cm(5.7) display in an attractive sleek phone that comfortably fits in one hand.
Best Viewing Experience: LG G6 comes with the best display specifications which are 14.47cm(5.7) QHD Plus, Full Vision Display, Dolby Vision, Quad HD+ and 2880 x 1440.
Wide Camera: LG G6 has wide front camera which allows to capture wider pictures. Some of its camera specifications are- Gesture Shot, Auto Shot, Dual 13MP and 125° angle. It also has a square camera that enables Match Shot, Snapshot, Guide Shot and Grid Shot.
Durable: You can take LG G6 with you just about anywhere. With an IP68 rating, it's sealed against dust and water resistant up to 1.5 meters for up to 30 minutes.
Reliable: The LG G6 is optimized for efficiency, reliability, and stamina. The internal safety standards are higher than government and carrier requirements, designed to protect your safety.
The Google Assistant: This assistant will aid you from making plans to finding products on your LG G6.
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See More, Hold Less
The LG G6 packs a 5.7" display in an attractive sleek phone that comfortably fits in one hand.
Designed to Fit You
Unlike other phones with a similar screen size, the large 5.7” display fits in your hand, giving you a big screen experience without the inconvenience of a big phone.
The LG G6 is sculpted from aluminum and glass and is available in platinum and black. The 18:9 FullVision display with rounded corners and narrow bezels conclude the harmonious design.
Transform your Mobile Viewing Experience
Dolby Vision: Dolby Vision transforms your mobile viewing experience with dramatic color, contrast and brightness that bring entertainment to life wherever you go.
FullVision Display: The LG G6’s FullVision display puts more screen in your phone for all your browsing, viewing, and gaming needs.
Quad HD+: The QHD+ resolution provides superior picture quality for a more authentic viewing experience.
Capture the Bigger Picture
The LG G6 lets you capture life’s most memorable moments like never before. Enhancements in image quality and performance make taking expansive panoramas, group shots and selfies easier than ever.
Wide Angle Front Camera
The LG G6 makes taking great selfies effortless with an enhanced front camera that automatically snaps a picture when a face is in frame no buttons required.
Dual 13MP Rear Camera
Capture life’s breathtaking views with Dual 13MP rear cameras. The 125° wide-angle lens allows you to capture photos and videos with a wider perspective - for more friends or more inclusive scenic shots.
Take a photo and preview it without leaving the camera.
Built for the Unexpected
Take the LG G6 with you just about anywhere. With an IP68 rating, it's sealed against dust and water resistant up to 1.5 meters for up to 30 minutes.
What Matters Most
The LG G6 is optimized for efficiency, reliability, and stamina. Our internal safety standards are higher than government and carrier requirements, designed to protect your safety.
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The sharp, 5.7-inch screen takes up roughly 80 percent of the front of the phone, leaving it with an impressively thin bezel all around. It's unique in that it has an 18:9 aspect ratio (with the exception of the S8, most phones are 16:9).
The phone feels expansive and "tall," especially when you're scrolling down your web browser or social media feed. Not all apps and games take full advantage of this ratio though, and when they can't, you'll see black bars on the sides of the display even at full screen, aka "pillarboxing." You can enable "app scaling" on some apps by going into Settings. The longer display works, and seeing that you get more screen for about the same build size,In addition to its beautifully glossy design and screen, the G6 is dust- and water-resistant like the S8s, the Apple iPhone 7s and several Sony Xperia phones. It's rated IP68, so you can dunk it in up to 4.9 feet of water (about 1.5 meters) for up to 30 minutes. For the everyday user though, it just means the G6 won't crap out after you accidentally drop it in the pool or spill coffee on it. (Get a deeper dive on IP ratings and what they mean for waterproof gadgets.) I dunked it in a fishbowl and a bucket of water and let it sit each time underwater for 30 minutes. I also placed it inside a shower with the water splashing on it for 30 minutes. In all three instances, the handset kept ticking fine afterward, and it even registered an incoming call during the full dunking.
Non-removable battery is a bummer
With that said, waterproofing and removable batteries don't tend to go together these days, so the fact that the G6 does not have a removable battery was kind of a given. Still, to longtime LG fans, this might come as a disappointment. After the LG G2 in 2013, the company has been one of the few holdouts to feature swappable batteries in its flagship phones, so people can switch a drained one for a charged one or replace an old battery with a fresh one.
Not having that advantage is a drag, but it's not a deal-breaker for everyone either. LG also hopes that the G6's increased battery capacity (from 2,800mAh in the G5 to 3,300mAh) and new wireless charging feature -- just for the US -- can offset the benefits of a swappable battery. During our lab tests for continuous video playback on Airplane mode, the handset lasted an average of 13 hours and 21 minutes, which is better than last year's 12.5 hours.
Go wide or square with the cameras
Like the V20 and the G5 before it, the G6 has two cameras on the back. But they aren't to take artsy "bokeh" portraits like you do with the iPhone 7 Plus. On the G6, you can switch between the standard 13-megapixel lens and the 120-degree wide-angle lens to capture more content in each frame. If you're really all about that wide-angle life, the 5-megapixel front-facing shooter has a wide-angle option as well.
One of my favorite things about the camera is a new interface that shows you five of your most recent photos, like a gallery stream. LG added a separate camera app called Square Camera too. Aimed at hardcore Instagram users, it offers a number of different tools to take neat square photos. (For more on how Square Camera works, watch the video below and check out our explainer.)
Life's just fine with Snapdragon 821
The G6 features a Qualcomm Snapdragon 821 processing platform, which specs nerds will notice is the same chipset in last year's OnePlus 3T and Google Pixels. Compared to the 821 chipset, Qualcomm's latest 835 is measurably smaller, faster and quicker at recharging mobile batteries.
When I benchmarked the 835 in a reference device, it indeed outpaced phones with the 821 (including the G6) by a comfortable margin. And while the S8, which also has the 835 for certain markets, garnered slightly lower scores than the reference device (this makes sense, since reference devices are designed for peak performance), the S8 still consistently edged out the G6.
But take these results with a pinch of salt. Unless you want to be on the absolute edge of technology, the idea of being saddled with "last year's" processor shouldn't be a huge deal, and the advantages of the 835 aren't that dramatic on paper. In the real world, the usual differences between one superfast processor and another are hardly discernible. During my time with the G6, it was smooth and fast. Apps launched and quit promptly, the camera operated quickly and the display was responsive.
If you're considering:
LG G6 vs. Samsung Galaxy S8: I don't mind that the G6 has an "older" processor, but the S8 has a longer battery life, and other than that annoying fingerprint reader placement, the S8 looks better in general. If you need the best-of-the-best and have the money, get the S8. But the G6 is a solid alternative that can come cheaper.
LG G6 vs. Google Pixel XL: The Pixel XL has a better camera (especially when handling low light), while having the same 821 chipset. But it's more expensive, not waterproof, doesn't have expandable storage and and people have pointed out that it looks like an iPhone doppelganger. If you don't care about any of that and you'd rather capture better photos, get the XL. (Just also keep in mind that its sequel is due in a few months.)
LG G6 vs. OnePlus 3T: the 3T goes big on value while having powerful enough hardware to hang with the big leagues (case in point: both handsets have the 821). However, the 3T isn't water-resistant, the camera doesn't have nearly as many features as the G6, and it too came out last year. So if you can spring for the G6, go for it. But if saving a notable amount of dough is reason enough for you, the 3T won't let you down.
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Beautifully crafted with sharp, bright and crystal clear screen.
The best ever set of cameras I could ever find in a phone at Rs 28k.
Camera is potential enough of clicking distortion free long exposure shots upto 30 secs.
Only phone that provides full manual control on clicking pictures and recording videos.
Wide angle camera with fixed focus is just a cherry on a cake. It helps in clicking landscapes, indoor photos without worrying about the focus.
Transition between both the camera is amazing. One can switch from standard to wide angle camera even while recording a video.
Slow motion, time lapse with inbuilt software to set the play speed after shooting.
There is too much to explore in the camera section.
Oreo update is also available. After that auto camera mode is gone lot better.
UI is also good and simple, not too complicated with too much customization.
USB type C fast charger charges the phone from 10%-50% in just 30 mins.
Good quality earphone is also provided in the box.
Ice Platinum color is awesome and doesn't reflect finger print like black.
Battery life is not very good. It could hardly cross a day with normal usage.
Not suggested for selfie lovers, just 5 mp front camera.
Auto mode is just half of as good a Manual mode in case of picture clarity, sharpness, lightning.
Led notification light is missing and replaced with always on screen notification.
Due too this and LG's update policy there flagship phones are not that popular with the mass.
I purchased it after doing a lot of research and comparison with other flagship phones present at that time, bought it in Oct 2017.
My main requirement was best and useful camera with good performance. I don't play games so higher ram was not my requirement and after going through reviews found that for general use 4 GB ram is more than enough.
After getting the phone first thought about the built quality was wow..glass & metal sandwich design. The front screen is flat no curves and it's QHD with Dolby Vision/HDR10 compliant with very high pixel density and believe me it's beautiful.
Support fast charging and on normal use with Data/WiFi always on initially I was getting full day battery with around 4.5 hours SOT but after the Oreo update the battery performance is bad and now I barely gets 3 hours max SOT.
Ram management and performance is good.
Now lets talk about Camera which was the main reason for me to buy it. Before this I was using OnePlus One for around 3 years and it's camera was quite good as compared to other phone in that period. LG has best camera setup in there flagship phones, they don't make duel camera phone where the second camera is of no use other than portraits.
With this phone we get one primary lens with normal field or view i.e. around 70-78 degree and other one is wide angle with around 108 degree which captures amazing landscape. Also LG has one of the best manual mode and it is very useful to get some amazing shots w/o the use of flash.
There is Google camera port available which can be installed and the image quality just improves quite a lot with it.
Over all I am happy with this phone and used it extensively for clicking pictures on my trips.