LG took Google's AI chief on stage during the G6
presentation with a good reason. It turns out that the G6
will be the first phone this side of the Pixel
duo that has Google's Assistant built in. LG has apparently worked closely with Google to make sure the Google Assistant
experience is great right out of the box and that’s why the LG G6
is pioneering Google Assistant
right out of the box, evidently replacing the duplicate Google Now and Voice Search options.
Moreover, Google's Assistant should work seamlessly and intuitively with LG apps, empowering users to get fast answers, manage everyday tasks, enjoy the best music and videos and search the G6 more quickly and efficiently than ever. And with the remote after-service utilizing artificial intelligence, the more Google Assistant is used, the more personalized it becomes because it knows more about the user. The best part, however, is that it works everywhere, not only as a chat bot, but as an omnipotent virtual voice assistant that can be called by either shouting "OK, Google" at the locked screen, or holding the power key on the back, neat.