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LG’s latest G6 smartphone features a bold new display format complimented by a cinematic viewing experience thanks to its FullVision Display. This flagship that presented itself at MWC has an exceptional screen to body ratio alongside a powerful wide angle camera.

Despite having a large 5.7-inch QHD+ (2,880 x 1,440 resolution) FullVision display which offers more viewing space and a more immersive experience when watching movies or gaming, the device fits easily in one hand.

Its minimalistic design has also received praise from designers across the globe. The sleek round body that has a smooth finish delivers everything consumers need, without the fluff, in an aesthetically-pleasing manner.

The LG G6 is the also a pioneer in the sense that its the first to feature Dolby Vision technology combined with HDR 10 so as to create more vivid black and whites and at the same time, sport greater details for a truly immersive viewing experience. Mobile users can now watch stunning HDR quality movies on Netflix too.


The G6 also comes with a strong dual 13MP rear camera, which has a 125-degree lens on the wide angle with an expanded 100-degree field of view with its 5MP front camera. The wide angle camera allows for selfies or wefies to be taken without the need for a selfie stick. What’s good about the wide angle camera is that it has a much lower edge distortion than tradition clip-on lenses used to shoot wide-angle shots.

In addition, there is also a Square Camera Mode allow users to take pictures in 1:1 ratio for social media purposes and use GIFs to stitch between 2-100 photos from their galleries.

Of course, LG has also jumped on board with the whole waterproof craze, making the G5 an IP68 water and dust resistant phone, which allows it to be immersed in water to a depth of 1.5m and for as long as 30 minutes. The internal heat pipe also helps with heat dissipation to reduce uncomfortable scorching hot phones and to protect your battery life in the long run.

Zayne Seah
A tech geek going beyond specs.

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