Just a few weeks ago, LG unveiled a supercharged version of its G6 flagship, dubbed the G6+, which doesn't skimp on extra features. Unlike the regular G6, which either lacked wireless charging or a Hi-Fi DAC depending on the region where you bought it, the G6+ features both of these in one and the same device. There're also a pair of B&O Play earbuds coming along with the device. It also comes in two new colors - Optical Marine Blue and Optical Terra Gold.
On top of that, it still features IP68 water resistance, meaning you can theoretically submerge the device up to 1 meter underwater for up to 30 minutes and it will emerge unscathed from the whole ordeal.
Aside from these changes, the G6+ is basically the same device with the very same internals, but with one major change - the G6+ comes with some 6GB of RAM, whereas the G6 only has 4 gigabytes of the stuff. The device will be launched in South Korea this month though the pricing and further availability are yet to be revealed.
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