LG G6 leaks again, this time in clear press renders


After appearing in some hands-on photos last week, the LG G6 has leaked again today, this time in render form.

Press renders of the LG G6 surfaced today, giving us a clear look at the front, back, and sides of LG’s next Android flagship. We can see the tall 5.7-inch 2880×1440 display with 18:9 aspect ratio on the front, and around back there’s a dual camera setup and a fingerprint reader below it.

The LG G6 looks like it’s ditching the modules and removable battery found on the LG G5, but the new device is expected to offer water and dust resistance, a feature that’s becoming a must-have for flagship smartphones. Also rumored to be included with the LG G6 is a Snapdragon 821 processor, 4GB of RAM, 32GB of storage, a microSD slot, and a 3,200mAh battery.

Source: @evleaks

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  • FILA

    Great looking phone. Im a stock android fan, so I could never own it. Hope LG solved the bootloop problems from previous junk they put out.

    • MattPortland

      That problem isn’t as widespread as some would have you believe. My understanding is that it was a hardware problem that has been completely fixed.

      • AS118

        I have a G4 and haven’t run across the bootloops. I’ve heard about it, but I would not be shocked if they fixed ’em.

      • Drew

        Yeah I keep hearing about this and I’ve had 3 LG devices in the last 5 yrs (N4/G3/G5). All of the phones are rooted and zero problems. If it was a hardware issue I guess it wouldn’t matter if the phones were rooted or not but I’ve just recently heard about this when the G6 was being leaked…

  • dafyddhywel

    Specs wise, whats the big difference between this phone and the V20? I can’t picture much since they both will be using the same proc.

  • aglee89

    I want to know if this supports 4×4 Mimo and 256 QAM

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    • bkat11

      It won’t! I have inside info from someone who is a rep for LG…I was asked not to give details but the phone will be another big disappointment per his remarks. V20 is the better phone all around in his eyes

      • Drew

        I talked to an LG rep for about a half hour last year as he was posted in a random T-Mobile store in SoCal days before the G5 launch and he pretty much lied to me so I’m really not believing what he’s telling you…

        • bkat11

          Normally I’d agree…but dude is my family and he knows his phones. Worked for Verizon for years too

        • Drew

          Have you discussed the V30 with him? The supposed 835 with 6GB of RAM…

  • Koolme666

    Right now the galaxy s7 and galaxy s7 edge and also the lgv20 are all price cut but you gotta be on that tmobile one all three phones are $360 each

    • steadymobb

      That’s not accurate, I got one yesterday and I have jump

      • Koolme666

        Seriously?? I called customer care and they said in order for me to get the deal i had to be on one :(

        • steadymobb


  • Bryan Pizzuti

    Big question: will it support LTE-U? If so, and if the speaker is decent enough, I’m interested.

  • mreveryphone

    Looking like this will be a good backup to my S8+…

    • steadymobb

      An 800$ backup

      • mreveryphone

        We don’t know the retail price yet but it doesn’t matter… I’ve been doing this for years…

        • steadymobb

          It will be at least that I would assume. Same here. I got a V20 for a ‘backup’

        • mreveryphone

          Maybe with them using the 821 it won’t be in that price range…

        • steadymobb


  • Melissa Cardenas

    nice phone i just hope its one of the first phones to support LTE-U?

    • Andrew Singleton

      so LTE-U is the 500mhz block? still confused on that and why it hasnt been offered previously

  • Bryck

    4GB of RAM for a phone that is going to cost above the $700 mark in 2017. Come on LG, I expected at least 6GB.

    • Andrew Singleton

      you need better software. not more power. the M8 functions better than most current-day flagships at 2GB.

  • Bklynman

    Yay!!!!Another super phone that will be outdated 6 months to a year! When will the g7 be out?

    • Drew

      Isn’t every phone outdated 6mos to a year after release? You’re smart, you should have a job making massively important decisions…

      • Bklynman

        I know,not every phone is out dated,within 6 ms-1yr.,Remember it wasn’t all that long ago,new phones came out every 2yrs, Then every 18 months,now it is less than 1 yr. What next,a new phone every 3 months?

        • Drew

          Not to you specifically but to those hollering about the 821, a chip that’s about 6 months old will have the same 6 month-old chip in the 835 when it’s released in October. I really don’t see the difference.

  • donnybee

    This phone looks amazing! No camera bump?? Finally!!


    Please keep this at $500 or less if you want to compete with S8.

    • NardVa

      I guessing $650 but $500 would be nice.