Head to the retailer from the link below to find out.A report from Venturebeat alleges that the LG G6 will be made available in South Korea as early as March 9 following its February 26 unveiling.According to details emerging on January 4 via the Wall Street Journal, LG executive Skott Ahn, the firm's Chief Technology Officer, has effectively outed the LG G6, calling it by name, and also confirming that it will arrive "in the very near future." To us that's very much a nudge, nudge, wink, wink that we are indeed looking at a MWC 2017 launch event.On January 10, word has emerged via Korean news sources that the LG G6 will hit the market on March 10 following a MWC announcement on February 26, meaning it will beat Samsung's Galaxy S8 to market if current rumours about that device launching in April are true.
The G6 also has a 32-bit Quad DAC, a feature that's missing from the standard LG G6 in the U. The price for the increased storage and the Quad-DAC? That's a 5 decrease from the standard unlocked variant, which is available for 5.
We're not quite sure why LG should want to do this, considering that Samsung's problems aren't in any way indicative of the safety of LG's devices, so we can only assume it's a bit of a dig at Sammy and some competetive willy waving on LG's part.
Speaking to the Korea Herald, LG said, "We will significantly improve the safety and quality of our new flagship smartphones as more consumers seek safe smartphones." The report adds that LG has been using new technology to deliver tougher in-house testing in a bid to really put its new hardware through the ringer.
These all seem to be ‘Friends’ of the upcoming LG G6.
But the ‘LG G6 Compact’ and the ‘LG G6 Lite’ seem to be smartphones.