LG looks set to unveil its new flagship smartphone at this year’s Mobile World Congress event in Barcelona, after it sent out an invite to a special event being held in the city on 26th February.
Dubbed the LG G6, it’s set to feature a unique, 18:9 display, making the device narrower in order to better support Android Nougat’s split screen multitasking capabilities.
LG has been drip-feeding news about the device since the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas at the start of January. A teaser clip has promised a top–end, dual lens camera and a reliable chassis, meaning the G6 is likely to be dust and waterproof.
Rumours also suggest that the LG G6 will come with the latest Qualcomm Snapdragon processor and an edge–to–edge screen. LG is said to be ditching the modular approach it took with the LG G5, which allowed users to plug in speakers and an improved camera.
Mobile World Congress starts the day after LG’s G6 launch, on 27th February.
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