LG G6 was one of the showstoppers at MWC in Barcelona. With its 79% screen-to-body ratio, slick design and 18:9 Full Vision display surely got everyone talking. Even if it doesn’t have the Snapdragon 835 and had to play it safe with the 821 version, the LG G6 still is an excellent smartphone to consider buying. And now we know how much it will cost in Europe.
The LG G6 was listed today by an online Romanian retailer for the price of RON3,200, which translates to roughly €700 or about $750. The listing concerns the 32GB model with 4GB RAM. Earlier today we also saw information that the phone will be sold in South Korea for the equivalent of $750, which roughly corroborates the price.
LG G6 has a 5.7” display with 18:9 resolution and is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 821 chipset. RAM is 4 GB, and the internal storage has two options - 32 GB or 64 GB. It comes with a 3300 mAh non-removable battery and runs Android 7.0 Nougat.
The device is expected to hit the shelves on March 10 in Korea and it will become available globally shortly after that.
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Yes it is form 2016 is released in April that year, and made in 2015 same like 835 is made in 2016. It is very old to be priced that much.
Korean companies do Not listen . The newer Chinese companies don`t need to care about our Google driven market........
No DAC no deal!