LG G6 is the first major phone of 2017 that we really want to see, and we may not have to wait until its expected MWC 2017 unveiling to catch a glimpse.
Shiny, new LG G6 renders appeared online today, and while they’re unofficial, they depict a phone that’s shaping up to be more than a modular experiment.
It’s said to be encased in a ‘highly reflective metallic material’ and yet it may still be capable of wireless charging, according to the latest LG G6 rumors.
The LG G6 is illustrated to have a non-modular, airtight design, but one that still keeps the 3.5mm headphone jack and USB-C port open.
It could very well be waterproof – or at least water-resistant – LG flagship phone – finally. But that may come at the expense of the replaceable battery.
LG has triumphantly touted its phone batteries as replaceable when Samsung decided to get rid of the user-changeable battery starting in the .
Why the change? We may see significantly better battery life from a more power efficient Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 chipset, likely to be inside the LG G6.
Couple that with powers and this new Android phone could recharge 20% faster than last year’s phones.