LG Q6, a mid-ranger, gets LG G6’s display
What if I say that the LG G6’s bezel-less design is now gracing a phone that’s not going to cost as many benjamins? Yes, the LG ‘Full Vision’ is now making it to the budget LG Q6.
The LG Q6 is all set for a launch in Poland tomorrow. The phone is expected to sport a 5.4” bezel-less 18:9 aspect ratio display, the one similar to that of the LG G6. The phone was just recently leaked on GeekBench. The phone will be powered by the Snapdragon 430, which is an octa-core chipset. It will be supported with 3GB of RAM, which seems to have become the standard for most mid-rangers now.
On GeekBench the phone scored 622 in the single-core and 1777 in the multi-core test. From the scores itself, the phone most likely won’t be the fastest in the game but it sure sounds like a sufficient setup for decent performance.
The GeekBench leak also confirmed that the phone would run on Android Nougat 7.1.2 with LG UX 6.0 onboard ofcourse. From what it seems the LG Q6 is targeted to consumers who’d like to dip in the fad (likely to be a standard) of having a phone that certainly looks futuristic without burning huge holes in your pocket.
The progression of cutting edge technology to phones that don’t cost an arm is a great indicator to the overall success of this industry. Isn’t it?