Perhaps one of the most compelling arguments on flagship phones on the market has been the display and the minute variations each manufacturer places in them. In the case of LG and the LG G6, specifically, it is the 18:9 aspect ratio of a beautiful screen complete with 1440 x 2880 resolution without making a flagship phone unwieldy. The only other competitor to this unique display stretch is the Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus aside from their beefier counterparts – the LG V30 and the Note 8.
The only concern is that not everyone can afford these high-end devices. What’s a consumer to do? Fortunately for you, LG has just solved that problem without the need to trade for an arm and a tooth.
The LG Q series brings the coveted FullVision display to a more budget-friendly version starting with the LG Q6.
It will come fairly obviously that the Q6 will feature the 5.5 inch 18:9 FullHD+ display at a resolution of 2160×1080 at 442 ppi. Much like the experience on the LG G6, minimal bezels will keep everything in place without making the phone too bulky for one handed use.
All comparisons to the flagship brother will fall after the screen featuring the Qualcomm Snapdragon 435 chipset with 3GB of RAM and 32GB of on-board storage that will be powered by a non-removable 3,000 mAh battery pack.
The highlight features of the LG G6 won’t be present either starting from the fingerprint sensor, QuadHD HiFi DAC, water and dust resistance, secondary camera, and a host of features to keep the Q6 budget friendly.
What you will get is a standard angled 13MP main camera, a 5MP 100-degree wide-angle selfie shooter, complete with LG’s Face Recognition – which is a lot considering the cost constraints.
Finally the Q6 will run Android 7.1.1 Nougat out of the box along with their proprietary LG UX 6.0 on top which leaves much to be desired on a mid-ranged performing phone.
The LG Q6 is locally available at P12,990.