South Korean electronics manufacturer LG has started sending out invites for an event slated for February 26. The event which will hold during MWC 2017 in Barcelona at noon (local time) is said to be the launch of the LG G6.
The LG G6 is the company’s flagship for the year and LG intends to do things differently this year. First the new flagship will not be modular like its predecessor, the LG G5. It will not feature a removable battery and has also been teased to be waterproof.
The G6 will have a new design: its body will be smaller and will be made out of metal and glass. Last week, the company’s display arm announced a new 5.7-inch display with a Quad HD+ resolution and an aspect ratio of 18:9. It has been said that the LG G6 will be the first phone to sport the display. We deduce that the words ”See More” hints at the large display.
The most recent leak about the LG G6 is a new design that prevents the battery from overheating. The phone will employ the use of copper pipes to dissipate heat which will in turn reduce the temperature of the battery. LG is focusing on this so that it can avoid a fate similar to Samsung’s Galaxy Note 7 and also to solve the battery drain issue that seems to affect LG phones. Guess you can say the words “Play More” means a better battery life for the G6.