LG G6, the upcoming flagship phone from the South Korean company, which is scheduled to release at the MWC 2017 event has been leaking continuously from the last one month or so. LG officially has released the top half of the phone, but what we haven't seen the phone in full picture.
However, that is going to change today. A couple of prototype images of the upcoming LG G6 have leaked online, courtesy of DroidLife. As you can see in the image, the LG G6 will feature a massive 5.7-inch QHD+ display, which is in-line with the earlier leaked rumors as well.
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The LG G6 won't feature any significant design changes from the LG G5, but the images suggest that LG is sticking with the metal body with the G6 as well, which means that the phone won't feature any wireless charging feature.
At the rear of the phone, it has the same dual-camera setup as seen on the previous two LG flagships, the G5 and V20. At the bottom, we have the USB Type-C port and speaker grilles. As seen on the G5 and V20, the LG G6 will also feature the same on-screen navigation keys.
The MWC 2017 is just a few days away, and the G6 will be made available on February 26. Also, the phone is expected to ship with Snapdragon 821, instead of Snapdragon 835 due to manufacturing issues from Samsung as it will be using the entire 835 chipsets to power their Galaxy S8.