Hi-Fi version of the LG G6 with Quad DAC and Dual SIM capabilities surfaces in Singapore

Hi-Fi version of the LG G6 with Quad DAC and Dual SIM capabilities surfaces in Singapore
Just the other day, we told you that the LG G6 variant sporting Quad DAC would soon be available in regions outside of Korea. One country that is greeting the device with open arms starting today is Australia. Another country that will be offering this version of LG's new flagship is Singapore. A couple of images we received today from a PhoneArena reader show the LG G6 with labeling on the back promoting the Quad 32-bit DAC. The other picture shows the Quick Settings screen on the handset, which contains an on/off switch for the Quad DAC feature.

The Quad Digital-to-Analog converter in the LG G6 offers better sound quality with less distortion. Offering users the ability to control left and right channels separately, audio is balanced better. With four DACs inhibiting a single chip by definition, the size of the component is reduced. This so called Hi-Fi edition of the phone also comes with 64GB of native storage, twice the amount that is found on the regular version of the phone.

The Hi-Fi model of the LG G6 is available in Australia via retailers JB Hi-Fi and Harvey Norman. It is priced at the equivalent of $900 USD. In Singapore, the phone will be offered starting tomorrow at the equivalent of $988 USD.

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source: HardwareZone

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