The upcoming LG V30 won't actually be the second handset from the Korean manufacturer to sport its elongated, nearly bezel-free display it calls Full Vision. That honor goes to the LG Q6, announced last month as a slightly smaller, lower-end version of the flagship G6.
The Q6 is now available to buy in the UK. If you're after a SIM-free unit, you'll need to pay £269.99. At the moment only Clove and Carphone Warehouse seem to have it in stock, with the latter boasting an exclusive on the Platinum color version in the UK. There's also a black option, which can be picked up from either of the retailers.
If contracts are your thing, Carphone Warehouse will happily oblige on that front too. In order to nab the phone for nothing upfront, you'll need to pick a plan that costs at least £17.99 per month. That cheapest option includes 600 minutes, 5,000 texts, and 500MB of 4G data from iD, the retailer's own MVNO. There are a lot of other contracts to choose from, with EE, Vodafone, and O2 as well, so make sure you check all of them before you decide.
According to past rumors, the Q6 should land in continental Europe on August 21, which is next Monday. In the Eurozone it will allegedly be priced at €349 unlocked. The device has a 5.5-inch 18:9 touchscreen, the Snapdragon 435 chipset, 3GB of RAM, 32GB of expandable storage, a 13 MP main camera, a 5 MP selfie snapper, and a 3,000 mAh battery. It runs Android 7.1.1 Nougat.
I just browse with my data on internet, nearly use 1gb per month, sometimes not even 500 mb, but yeah it is only sufficient for browsing
250Â€ for that low end huh! You can get G5 used one in excellent condition for 140Â€ better chipset, better camera, screen.
even without streaming music and videos its easy to clock up data, Theres barely a day goes by where my apps dont need updating. Then occasionally a firmware update then a phone update software update. Add that to just general brousing which websites...