Do you like the LG G6? (Poll results)
LG designed the G6 is such a way that the device is smaller than virtually all other 5.7-inch phones currently on the market, even being smaller than LG's own 5.3-inch G5. Thus, it's no wonder that the G6 received - and will continue to receive - a lot of attention.
Shortly after the new LG flagship was officially unveiled, we published this poll, asking you if you liked it. Now, looking at the poll results, we can concluded that LG got most things right with the G6, as only 13.98% of voters are convinced that they don't like it. 22.2% of voters are not yet sure about the smartphone, waiting to see it and feel it in real life to pass judgments. Finally (and more importantly), 63.83% of all voters like the G6 - which is, of course, excellent news for LG.
As you may have heard, the LG G6 is launching this week in South Korea, but it will likely not be available in the US before April. Meanwhile, in case you haven't done it yet, you should check out our LG G6 preview to get a closer look at the device.
Do you like the LG G6?
This story is part of:LG at MWC 2017 (17 updates)
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26 February LG explains why it dislikes curved display panels, and why there isn't one on the G6The biggest design trend in phones this year is going to involve manufacturers using massive display panels, while shrinking the bezels around them to almost nonexistence. LG is first out of the gate with exactly such a proposition: its 2017 flagship, the G6, is ready to roll, and guess what – it's rocking a stunning 5.7" screen in the body of a phone no bigger than last year's 5.3" G5!
- Display 5.7" 1440 x 2880 pixels
- Camera 13 MP / 5 MP front
- Processor Qualcomm Snapdragon 821, Quad-core, 2350 MHz
- Storage 32 GB + microSDXC
- Battery 3300 mAh(20.5h talk time)
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