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LG G6 Leaked Renders Suggest Unusual Display, No Bump for Dual Cam, Slimmer Design

LG has recently confirmed that it will be present at the next month’s MWC (Mobile World Congress) 2017 event. Rumors are rife that LG will unveil the LG G6 flagship smartphone at the event. Now, fresh LG G6 renders have surfaced that shows the flagship placed inside a case.
In the recent, the Galaxy S8 was spotted inside a case manufactured by Ghostek. Now, the LG G6 is also showcased in an Atomic 3 waterproof case by the same case maker
The image suggests that much of the front side of the LG G6 is occupied by its unusually tall display.  Rumors have it that the LG G6 has a 5.7-inch screen that is expected to carry support for Quad HD+ resolution of 1,440 x 2,880 pixels. It offers an aspect ratio of 18:9 and a pixel density of 564 ppi. The LG logo can be seen on its chin like its predecessor.
Ghostek Image 1
The side view of the smartphone suggests that the phone will be sporting a very thin form factor. There is no visible bump on the dual camera system. The fingerprint sensor is placed below the dual camera module. Hence, the rear view of the device is quite similar to LG G5. The G6 logo sits at the bottom side of the rear panel.
A teaser video has revealed that its next flagship will be an ideal smartphone as it will come with features such as a wonderful camera, a large screen for multi-tasking, and a waterproof chassis.
Speculations are rife that the Snapdragon 835 SoC coupled with 4 GB of RAM will be powering the LG G6. The South Korean company has also revealed the battery of its next flagship will not overheat even when the internal temperature reaches 150 degrees.
LG has confirmed in the recent past that it won’t be using a modular design on its upcoming flagship. Hence, the LG G6 will be coming with a metallic chassis. The LG G5 came with a removable battery, but its successor is expected to feature a non-removable battery that is pegged to carry support for wireless charging.


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