LG G6 Review – A Phone With An Innovative Display Screen


LG G6 Storage:


There are three different versions of the G6, the Korean version, the U.S. version, and the European version.


The G6 comes equipped with 4GB of RAM. The US version and the European version of the G6 have 32GB of storage and a micro SD card slot for expansion up to 2TB.


Wireless charging capabilities are exclusive to the U.S version of the G6. This is a feature that everyone would like to have on their phone so I’m not sure why it was excluded from the European and Korean versions.


LG stated the differences between the different variations were based on regional marketing decisions.


There will also be a dual-SIM version of the G6 sometime in the near future. LG claims that the G6 is the first smartphone to support Dolby Vision and HDR 10.


This means that this is the first smartphone that can support the high audio-visual standards which are normally associated with high-end televisions.




The G6 runs on the Android Nougat 7.0 operating system. LG’s UI screen overlay will take a little while for you to adapt to it if you’re used to Stock Android.


However, you have the option of choosing between a collection of folders which was inspired by iOS. Or you can also choose the traditional app drawer.


The software on the G6 is a bit more refined from the software on the G5. This was a necessity to ensure that everything would be functional on the taller 18:9 display screen.


LG’s apps such as calendar, messaging and weather have been redesigned to accommodate the taller display screen.


The camera software has also been redesigned to make better use of the extra space on the screen.


When you’re taking landscape photos, you will get a camera roll of the last few photos that you have taken. Instead of a small thumbnail of the last photo that you took.


You have the option to choose whether or not you would like to display the apps iOS style on the home screen or store them in the app tray.


Battery Life:


The G6 comes with a 3,300mAh non-removable battery. Many people would prefer to have a phone with a removable battery so they can change it if/when it stops holding charge at a later time.


The battery on the G6 will last for roughly one day of moderate use, this is average.


The G6 comes with Wireless charging even though this is a great feature Wireless charging is a bit slower than fast charging with the use of a cable.


My Final Thought:


LG phones have been improving with the release of every phone. LG did a great job with the G6, this is a premium smartphone with a big, attractive display screen that will appeal to the masses of smartphone users.


The 9:18 display screen will work well for you if you’re someone who enjoys taking photos, playing video games, and watching videos on your phone, you will love the LG G6. You can take a look at the LG G6 on eBay.


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  1. Just bought this phone and already I see no magnificent revelatios from any other smart phone on the market. I am not impressed. The only feature I see of good report is the camera. That is really what this item has to boast about. It will, however, take some getting used to. I did enjoy the LGG Flex1 and Lgg Flex2. I am a loyale user of lg products. So we shall see how it remains to impress and old finnicky users like me.

  2. I’ve had my eyes on this phone for some time now. I just needed a good well-written review of it before I made a buying decision. This told me everything I needed to know and I want to thank you for it. I will be sure to share it on all of my social media platforms.

  3. Thanks for the review of the LG G6! I have been contemplating getting a new phone for a while. I have considered the LG, but I’m not really sure it is for me.
    I am a samsung user, and feel somewhat spoiled by the fantastic quality and reliability I have had with Samsung products.

    The recent problems Samsung had with the S7 series has scared me though so I am considering other options.

    We spend so much money on these smartphones these days. It is important to get a good value.

    Thanks again for your article! It does help me with this decision.


    • Thanks for the feedback Tom, the LG G6 is a good phone but I wouldn’t recommend switching from a Samsung Galaxy S phone to the LG G6.

  4. Smart Move LG G6.. Dolby Vision is one or the highest image quality standards in cinemas. They’re not cheap to make, each screen uses two 4K laser-light projectors, rather than bog standard DLP, but with high brightness and 12-bit HDR color they look superb.


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