Today i received my Q6. First impression was the screen and the body build quality. Both impressive. No plastics used. But my excitement was short lived after i found out that the SIM2 tray failed to eject. SIM1 and microsd card holder came together in a separate tray which was working fine luckily. Screen resolution is 1080 x 2160 pixels but unfortunately it does not support 2k videos(2048×1080). Rear camera is among the best in mid range mobiles but the front camera is disappointing in the selfie age. The processor is underpowered for heavy duty games but minus game it should be fine. Battery was 82% at the beginning and after about 5 hrs of continuous usage 55% still remaining.
nawab, 11 Aug 2017lg q6 or lenovo k8 noteBoth of them are good and under Rs 15k too. LG is a MNC with a good set of Service center in India
If LG REALLY wanted to sell this phone with Snapdragon 435 as a budget phone (mid-ranged version) and sell to the masses(*customers that can't afford a flagship*), they should have made it for the masses, with specs including but not limited to
-Dual Flash (being nit picky here tho)
-8MP front camera (at least assure it will have a Wide Angle front camera if you are forcing 5MP on customers)
-Removable battery. The battery should be removable. Only flagship phones are excused to have a non-removable battery. (don't excuse water resistance/proofing because Samsung did it with the GS5 [and that was a flagship!])
You are better off with the LG Stylus 3 compared to the ridiculous specifications in any variant of the LG Q6.
I do NOT think that the Q6 variant is the MINI version of the G6. Just look at the LG Magna/ LG G4c. Everyone thought that these separate devices were the mini version of the G4 when they first came out.
all LG mobile camera are too good.....
i hope Q6 camera also best.
thanks LG product.