The redefined flagship from LG just got the green light from FCC certification. Going by model numbers LG-H870V and LG-H870DSV — these are single SIM and dual SIM variants, we presume — the devices looks to be Verizon variant.
The LG G6 is still hot from the flames of its rebirth, having just be revealed at MWC. Throwing aside every ounce of its previous modular concept, the G6 is pure LG goodness, save for the LG skin of course. But even LG UX can’t bring any negative points to the picture that LG has painted with the G6.
The fact that LG opted for the Snapdragon 821 processor instead of the Snapdragon 835 processor does in no way diminish the power of this beast. Add that with 4GB of RAM and a 5.7-inch display which covers a huge portion of the front of the device, it’s bound to leave you drooling.
Right from its dual camera setup to its astounding 2:1 HDR display, the LG G6 ticks almost all the boxes in our book. Had LG stuck with old school hardware, and not tried anything fancy the last time, the G5 might have still been remembered. But the past is past and now we can look forwards to the LG G6 for new hope.
The device is set to release on March 28th in Australia. Other countries should soon follow suite and release the flagship too.