AnonD-705261, 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.
AnonD-705261, 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.
can there G6 Camera capture depth of field information like huawei camera. So u can have a blurry background?
Anonymous, 30 Sep 2017Are u really complaining About user interface Dude just put a launcher on it u can customize w... moreSir
You have this phone! I don't thing so otherwise you don't talk like this ! Sir we buy phone s for our Companion! Rip many more things are missing in this phone if you explore this! LG company have serve many good Devices to consumers!
Anonymous, 30 Sep 2017Are u really complaining About user interface Dude just put a launcher on it u can customize w... moreI know it's flagship phone isn't matter! I pay 41000 for phone ! Not for Head Acce whatever I use this phone I feel pain that I west money! If I want head Acc then cuz Apple!
Anonymous, 30 Sep 2017Are u really complaining About user interface Dude just put a launcher on it u can customize w... moreHello Buddy you are talking about Apple! I thing your you use Apple ! You are taking like Apple
Amit, 30 Sep 2017Hi This is Amit ! I am using " Lg G3 from last 2 years very nice phone and still using ! U... moreAre u really complaining About user interface Dude just put a launcher on it u can customize whatever u want. Unable to remove battery What is this 2012 grow up dude now u have Water resistant. And u know why why can't charge this phone with a normal Charger because it has USB type C + Fast charging so what is your Point here And ye it uses nano sim like all the other flagships. And u are complaining about the Dailer Who is " Not friendly " are u 12? Ye it Doesn't have a indication light but it has an always on display mode Dose ur LG G2 has that no. Your post is pointless you sound like a Hater to me .
LG G6 is flagship phone but hands-free or Charges are not in Good Quality Quite Disappointed ! I don't know what doing Engineer or Design team!
Some Feature are unexpect able !
This is Amit ! I am using " Lg G3 from last 2 years very nice phone and still using ! Ultimate Phone yet years ! But just two days back I buy LG G6 on H 870. Nice phone no duet ! But I am not happy to use it I am little bit disappointed by this phone Lg G6
Some Drown Back go this phone
1. Phone Interface is not good As Compare LG G3 interface in extremely Good.
2. You can't customized this phone or you can customize LG G3 as per your convinces
3. Unable to Remove Battery
4.You can't Charge this phone to any one charge you have to buy separate Car Charge It's Charing point is Different
5. Many LG G3 Advanced features are missing in this phone !
6. Sim slot is Use Micro Sim !
7. And all the time have A Pin to Remove Sim tray!
8. And not any Automatic Answer faculty
9. Phone Dialing Pad is not Friendly
10. No indication light as Compare to Lg G3. !
LG G3 is ultimate phone and I am still using this phone or I pack my New phone and keep it in my Woodrow
These are Drown Back of this phone Lg G6 and for them those are using. Lg G3. Lg G4. Lg G5!
I got the G6 two weeks ago. It's the Canadian version.
So far, it's pretty good overall. I can get about 6-7 hours of SoT and more than a day on standby. It lasts me a whole 7 hour school day and the afternoon including the commute to and from my home.
My only REAL problem is the camera. It's a bit of a weird story. You need to have good lighting or you won't get a good shot. If it's too dark, it looks like a sandstorm. The postprocessing on images is just horrible, which results in sub-par pictures. But, with the right conditions, you can get some good pictures. The wide-angle lens is basically the exact same thing as the primary lens, save for the wide-angle aspect of it. If fast, beautiful photography is what you're looking for, you should look elsewhere.
It's pretty similar to the Samsung S7 in terms of internal specs, though it only has 4 cores, so it won't be as snappy. Nevertheless, it's fast enough for what I use it for.
The fingerprint sensor is good, and it recognizes my fingerprint maybe 95% of the time. However, it's not the fastest fingerprint sensor I've used.
Aesthetically, it looks amazing. Can't say much bad about it.
My overall verdict is that it's not a good phone for the camera but it gets the job done. I'm a person who doesn't depend on my phones for their cameras too much, so I'm keeping my phone.
Oh yeah, for what it's worth, the headphone jack is at the top right. Wish it were at the bottom, but that's LG's decision to make, not mine. (headphone jack placement is just a pet peeve of mine, no hate on Apple)