Smartphone industry is growing day by day and with each passing day, we come across something that revolutionize the whole era of smartphones. LG is one of those companies who have been the dark horse in the smartphone world as they have made their name in the shortest time as they entered the smartphone market in 2009. LG was the first company to include a laser assisted auto focus system which would make your video looks great. Since it has been a long time since LG launched the LG G5, now is the perfect time to talk about the LG G6 as the company is rumored to launch it in January, 2017.
The thing with the latest flagship devices is that they have hardware and features that would make them future ready. When it comes to LG, they have the same sentiment about it as they are going to fit in a 4K resolution super AMOLED display which will be one of the sharpest displays of the year, 2017. Samsung is also rumored to be working on the same 4K display but the thing is LG will be unveiling the G6 first which will make it the first flagship device of 2017 to have a 4K screen. LG G5 on the other hand is fitted with a qHD or 2K display which by all means is capable enough to compete with the upcoming iPhone 7. LG will also increase the screen size from 5.1 inches in the G5 to 5.5 inches in the G6.
LG launched the G5 with the Snapdragon 820 processor which is the best processor that we can get in a smartphone these days. The processor is coupled with a 4GB RAM which makes it a joy while going through the applications or playing heavy graphic intensive games. The G6 on the other hand will be fitted with the flagship processor of 2017, the Snapdragon 830 processor which will be working along with a 6 GB RAM.
LG G4 had a really crappy camera, but then LG was limited by the technology of that time. But when they grew a bit, the first thing they did with the G5 was to improve the camera experience on the LG G5. The results were staggering as the G5 was now having a dual camera setup which had laser assisted autofocus and a wide angle lens, not only on the back but at the front as well which meant you would capture a lot more than your regular smartphone. LG G6 will amaze you with the camera quality as LG is giving a 20 MP dual camera setup as well as 12 MP dual cameras setup on the front. This would mean that you will get the nearly same image quality that you get from the rear camera of the LG G5.