LG G6 now comes with 1 extra year of warranty for free (US only)
LG today announced an "LG G6 Second Year Promise" program, which extends the G6's limited warranty from 1 year to 2 years. The program is available only in the US, includes all G6 smartphones purchased from any mobile carrier or authorized retailer, and requires registration on LG's official website.
If you've bought your G6 before today (June 15, 2017), you'll have to register within 12 months of purchase, and provide a proof of purchase, plus your phone's IMEI/MEID and serial number. If you're getting an LG G6 today, or after today, you'll have to register within 90 days of purchase. Registrations can be made via a special LG web page that's online as of today - see the first source link below.
If you register for LG's new program, you'll be "entitled to a free replacement of a qualified LG G6 which fails due to manufacturer defect in material or workmanship." In other words, if your G6 gets damaged and it's not your fault (as in: you didn't drop it or anything like that), LG should replace the phone for free - "within two business days."
Usually, smartphones come with 1 year limited warranties in the US, so it's obviously nice to see that LG is offering an extra year of warranty - for free - to G6 owners.
sources: LG, Press release