Is the front camera of this phone really that bad? I'm planning to buy this phone.
Got my LG G6+ 2 days ago here in Saudi.
For only $540 and with free LG K8 and $55 gift coupons.amazing deal for an amazing smartphone.
Im lovin it.fast and solid.easy to hold unlike my Note Edge.wide camera is so cool.the front cam is crap,its like a VGA cam lol😂 but over all no regrets this is a must have if u want a bezzel less screen and a fast performance with a low price smartphone.
techlover369, 07 Oct 2017Yo guys , pls tell me does this phone have overheating issues when gaming for too long , and i... moreThere are some overheating issues depending on the conditions but I don't think it is much of a problem per say. For one, do you play a lot of high-resolution 3D games? Do you leave a lot of apps running in the background? Do you run your phone with maximum brightness without using the auto-brightness? Are you a heavy power user? Did you leave the gaming battery saver off in the settings? If you have any of these qualifications, then the G6 may overheat during game times. They could be solved by not doing these things or just reducing the amount of exposure to these conditions. You can play high-resolution 3D games but I'd recommend you just set them down to medium resolution rather than high.
As for the screen, the whole screen protection thing is unpredictable. The G6 looks and is a solid device in durability but glass will break on any phone. LG G6 is surrounded by Gorilla Glass 3 on the front and Gorilla Glass 5 on the back. Gorilla Glass 3 is made to be more scratch resistant, meaning the glass is slightly harder, but also more brittle. Gorilla Glass 5 is more shatter resistant, but more prone to scratches as well. Either way, I would definitely recommend a solid TPU case and tempered glass screen protector.
Anonymous, 07 Oct 201731 first minutes are charged using fast charge, so first percents are much faster than latest ones.Last 10% is charged with low fixed current to minimize battery wear, this is common for all lithium ion chargers, not just phones. Also less than 1hour charge time is highly harmful to lithium ion batteries as 1C is pretty much max safe charge current for any lion cell(54min to 90%). This means minimum 1h15-30min total charge time is needed to keep battery in good condition. Anything faster and still safe would require new battery tech. Until then I would avoid any phone offering very fast charge.
Many Drawback in LG G6 Interface lots of things are missing As Compared to LG old Device.! I take Wong step to buy it in hurry! These are major issue if deeply Explore it!
Yo guys , pls tell me does this phone have overheating issues when gaming for too long , and i heard that it's screen protection is weak is that true ?
Anonymous, 07 Oct 2017It should be only 1 hour 50% in 30 min so 100% 60 min31 first minutes are charged using fast charge, so first percents are much faster than latest ones.
benjahutch, 06 Oct 20170-100% 1 Hour 39 MinutesIt should be only 1 hour 50% in 30 min so 100% 60 min
AngryLion, 05 Oct 2017guys, give us the button line with this device should we buy it or not? and why. thanksIf you can get one cheap then yes if not but you still want a LG go for the V20.
armin, 15 Aug 2017Anybody knows the charging time of lg g6 from 0 - 100%?0-100% 1 Hour 39 Minutes
aj, 18 Sep 2017oh im sori for my grammar i just nid a help for my phone :( coz i dnt know if its normal or hv... moregrammars aside, issues are very normal to have on a phone, unless if someone built one from the heavens
guys, give us the button line with this device should we buy it or not? and why. thanks
siminum, 04 Oct 2017I own the European version of the device and this one comes with earbuds in the package. Consi... moreI'm not a heavy power user so any opinions I heard about the G6 having low battery life did not matter to me. I prefer black wallpapers on phones anyways so the phone temperature issue wasn't of any concern but I appreciate the advice. Also is there any way I could customize the phone brightness to adjust during certain times of days? I had a feature like that on my LG L90 (Night-Brightness Mode) and I am currently surprised to see that it has gone missing.
fabulousduck, 04 Oct 2017It actually market dependent. I live in Singapore which is in Asia, and the G6 that I got, com... moreI understand that it was market dependent and I did not like that. For me, which has the US variant, wireless charging is a really nice feature, but I don't need it since I lack a wireless charger. I would much prefer the Quad Hi-Fi DAC that the Asian markets offered.
Karolus, 03 Oct 2017I just got my G6 from T-Mobile just yesterday and my initial impression is pretty mixed. For ... moreIt actually market dependent. I live in Singapore which is in Asia, and the G6 that I got, comes with in-ear earphones. So, yeah it does come with earphones but depends on where you get the phone from.
Karolus, 03 Oct 2017I just got my G6 from T-Mobile just yesterday and my initial impression is pretty mixed. For ... moreI own the European version of the device and this one comes with earbuds in the package. Considering that the G6 has an LCD display, i advise you to use auto brightness and not full because it will drain your battery in a day. My device keeps me going on "auto" almost 1.5-2 days and it never gets that warm as your device does (unless I get caught up in a lot of pictures).
I just got my G6 from T-Mobile just yesterday and my initial impression is pretty mixed. For starters, the presentation itself is disappointing with the lack of a prepackaged earphone since I really need some new earphones. I do like the phone body itself though; the glass back design and full-screen experience is quite a change from my usual full bezel display that my LG L90 delivered. All the buttons were working just fine and my camera lens was not plastic. Bootup was quick and same goes to the fingerprint scanner too. The display was especially vibrant, giving off nice hues, and remaining quite responsive. My only gripe is the phone temperature with such settings. My phone clocked at 50.3 degrees Celsius when I had the initial LG theme and max brightness on. That isn't good. I was pretty much forced to use the black theme and go to auto brightness to bring it down to a stable temperature (28 degrees Celsius). As the UI goes, I really like it. It has the same skin (close enough) to my L90 and the UI remains highly customizable, typical of Android powered phones. Battery is good, with it going down in a stagnating pace and the quick charge juiced it up with no time. I had a little bit of lag but it wasn't any concern to me since it does recover almost instantly and the Snapdragon 821 is still good enough for the next 4 years as I heard. Camera quality is great, the UI is generous, and gives you a larger selection of options to play around with. That wide-angle lens is especially joyful. The sound quality is decent as usual, typical of LG, and it doesn't pose as a problem for music, unlike my L90, which contains static at max volume.
Overall I really do like this phone. It isn't anywhere near a "bad" phone and it runs just nicely after you compensate for certain situations and customize it. It won't be as popular as Samsung's S8, or as fast as Apple's new A11 Bionic powered IPhone 8, but it remains as a very solid choice for any Android lover. It contains very few gimicks, presents a professional vibe, and is backed by a very resonable price on certain carriers (500 USD for T-Mobile, 450 USD for Amazon, etc). If you have a very limited amount of money to spend on a 2017 flagship phone, make sure you include the G6 on your list.