Remember the LG Q6 invites from LG like a week ago? Well, it’s July 11 today and LG, as promised, has launched the LG Q6. They have also announced Q6a and Q6 Plus.
Looking at the specs, the only thing to differ these devices is the storage and RAM option. The LG Q6a has 16GB storage paired with 2GB of RAM. The LG Q6 has 3GB RAM and 32GB ROM and finally, the Q6 Plus has 4GB RAM and 64GB storage.
Other than that, they share the same 18:9 Full-Vision Display from the LG G6. The display size is a tad smaller with a 5.5-inch and 2160*1080 resolution boasting 442 pixels per inch. They even share the same strong 7000 series aluminum from their bigger brother. The phones, however, run on a mediocre 28nm Snapdragon 435 SoC. There’s a 3000mAh non-removable battery inside.
On the back is a single 13MP standard angle sensor. The front houses a 5MP 100-degree wide angle sensor with LG’s face recognization technology. Dissapointly, there is no fingerprint sensor on the device.
Lastly, they run on Android 7.1.1 with UX 6.0 on top. There is also the inclusion of USB C and Bluetooth 4.2 but no 5Ghz wifi. All three devices will be available in Astro Black and Ice Platinum colors, while the TerraGold color is for the Q6 and Q6+. And finally Q6a has the Marine Blue and Q6 has the Mystique White exclusive to them.
The pricing hasn’t been revealed yet. But do expect the phone to be in the midrange category even the exclusions of the fingerprint sensor and a mediocre processor. The phone will be available in selected markets only, Asia being the first to get it in August this year with Europe, North America and other places to follow.