LG launched their unconventionally looking smartphone with the nomenclature LG Q6. From a distance the device looks like the little G6, however, it’s nowhere near it in terms of hardware, built quality and feel. At the price point of INR 14,990 LG Q6 is the best looking phone with high-resolution display, that too from a well-known brand like LG.
The selling point for the LG Q6 is its display. The device features 5.5 inch IPS LCD screen with a resolution of 1080 x 2160, though this is not a 2K screen, it’s better than the traditional 1080p panel. This is the second device on the planet that offers a screen aspect ration of 18:9 (ration generally used in the cinema theatres). So, for anyone who enjoys multimedia content, then this device is the one which you are looking for.
Other specifications are nowhere exciting as the display. The device is powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 435 octa-core SoC, paired with 3 GB LPDDR3 RAM and 32 GB onboard storage, one can use micro SD cards up to 2 TB to expand the storage with dedicated slot + 2 nano SIM card slot (4G LTE and VoLte capabilities). The device features a 13 MP primary camera with 5 MP selfie shooter, the main camera does support full HD video recording capabilities and the selfie camera tops at just 720p.
In terms of built quality, the device features polycarbonate back shell, however, the main body is carved out of aluminum. The device also offers US Military standard 810 G certification, this means the device can withstand dust and water as well.
3000 mAh battery takes care of battery requirements and supports fast charging via micro USB PORT, along with OTG support as well. If your main priorities are multimedia consumption and bezel less screen, the device is available exclusively on Amazon.in