LG G6 H870DS 32GB (FACTORY UNLOCKED) 5.7" QHD (BLACK) International Version - No USA Warranty
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- 5.7-inch IPS LCD Capacitive Touchscreen, 1440 x 2880 pixel resolution (~565ppi pixel density)
- Android v7.0 Nougat, Chipset: Qualcomm MSM8996 Snapdragon 821, Processor: Quad-Core (Dual-Core 2.35 GHz Kryo & Dual-Core 1.6 GHz Kryo), GPU: Adreno 530
- Dual 13 Megapixel Camera (f/1.8, OIS, 3-axis, phase detection AF) + 13MP (f/2.4, No AF), Dual-LED Flash, 1/3" sensor size, 1.12 µm pixel size, geo-tagging, touch focus, face detection, HDR + 5 Megapixel Front Camera with f/2.2, 1080p Full HD, Camera Resolution: 2560 x 1920 pixels
- WLAN: 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac + MIMO; Bluetooth: 4.2, A2DP, LE, aptX HD; GPS: Yes with A-GPS, GeoTagging, GLONASS, BeiDou; NFC: Yes; USB: v3.1 Type-C Reversible Connector
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|Camera Description||—||13.0||13.0||16.0||16 MP||13.0|
|Screen Size||5.7 in||5.7 in||5.7 in||5.7 in||5.3 in||5.5 in|
|Item Dimensions||2.83 x 5.86 x 0.31 in||2.83 x 0.31 x 5.86 in||2.83 x 0.31 x 5.86 in||0.3 x 3.07 x 6.28 in||0.3 x 2.91 x 5.88 in||2.73 x 0.32 x 5.61 in|
|Item Weight||5.74 ounces||5.76 ounces||5.76 ounces||6.08 ounces||5.61 ounces||5.12 ounces|
The Big Screen that Fits in Your Hand, Say hello to the LG G6. The LG G6 packs a 5.7" display in an attractive sleek phone that comfortably fits in one hand. Unlike other phones with a similar screen size, the large 5.7” display fits in your hand, giving you a big screen experience without the inconvenience of a big phone.
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I had never had an unlocked phone before, so wasn't sure if I would have technical challenges. I didn't. The unlocked version has an Android OS tailored by LG, but no add-ons from my cell carrier, thank goodness! So it is cleaner and easier, and I still have the option to download apps from my carrier (T-Mobile) if I choose to.
I transferred every iota of data and nearly all apps from the Flex to the G6, using Google. (The easy step by step process pops right up on both new and old phones.) Interestingly, the transfer did not "empty" my old Flex, so I now have duplicate contents on the phones. (Without a SIM card, the Flex will not handle calls and texts, but it still receives notifications, news, and everything else. Every morning I read the New York Times and other news on the Flex, saving the G6 battery!)
The phone arrived a bit more quickly than predicted, and with a few hours of charge, it was up and at it! It was well-packaged, with all the right accessories and paperwork. I would buy from this seller again, or refer others to them!
This is a really great phone. I thought that the 18x9 aspect ratio would be a gimmick that didn't amount to much but it's actually rather nice. I wear Medium sized gloves and when I do my gloves are tight on my hands, so for someone who doesn't have xl hands it's really nice to be able to do about 90 percent of the things that you could ever want to do with the phone one handed. The last 10 percent are things that you'd probably naturally want to use two hands on anyways so it all just kind of works really well. I'll explain. Because of the aspect ratio being 1x2 the phone is narrower than a 16x9 aspect ratio phone with a similarly tall screen. Thus you can reach the far end of the keyboard without having to download a special keyboard with "one handed" function. Now don't get me wrong, the screen is not tiny by any stretch of the imagination. It's actually quite perfectly sized for watching videos, cruising the internet, etc. I love how the screen takes up almost all of the width of the phone and all but a tiny portion of the top and bottom of the face of the phone. A perfect word to describe it is elegant.
Speaking of which the fit and finish of this phone is superb. I have handled a lot of the flagship phones of the last two years from Samsung, HTC, and LG and this phone has no equal. Haven't played around with the S8 yet, that phone looks cool as hell, but I can't imagine the S8 outdoing the finish of this phone. Between the glass and metal body, no plastic here, I just don't think any manufacturer could do better.
The camera is even really great. I love that it has this scrolling window on the side that shows the last 5 or so pictures you took. This phone can do that because, yet again, the aspect ratio being 18x9...or 1x2 yay math!...means you can have your camera up displaying a 16-9 aspect ratio image and then with the extra screen that is left over the phone shows you your most recent pics. Really it's the small details that this phone hits it's home runs on. I'm not a huge camera aficionado, but during my most recent vacation to Seattle I was able to share pics effortlessly with everyone in my party and the wide angle lens really came in handy. Even had one of our friends from Seattle who is probably an IPhone user for life comment that my pictures turned out outstanding and that she really liked the wide angle camera.....giggidy.
Anyways if you are looking for a phone that will do anything you could ask for, will probably be technology proof for at least two years, and just naturally becomes an extension of your mind and hand intuitively then this phone should be on your list of phones to take a look at. Oh and being 200 dollars cheaper than the S8 doesn't hurt either; and that's at full price. Look around right now and you should be able to find some really outstanding deals on this phone, or don't, what do I care what you do with your money. Be your own man. Anyways I'm a happy camper. Cheers.
The LG G6 is a different animal all together. The Galaxy phones may be better looking to some, but personally, I prefer reliability in my smartphone. The G6 has a more reliable wifi connection and faster download/upload speeds, a larger screen, and none of that curved-edge nonsense (which I have come to hate with the heat of a thousand white-hot suns, because it's impossible to apply a glass screen protector to them). It's a much more comfortable device to hold, and I feel like I have a better grip on it than I did with the S7.
Also, the battery life; the G6 sips the battery when idle. I plug my phone in every night, and after four idle hours at work, I come back to it and it still has 100% of its charge! With heavy use, it's at 35%+ at the end of the day. That's just incredible. Every iPhone I ever had would use about 1-3% per hour when idling; the Galaxy would easily run through 5%+ per hour, and in battery saving mode, it used about 1% per minute(!) when the screen was on.
The G6 camera is similar in quality to the S7, and also prone to a bit of oversharpening. Since I typically use a DSLR for serious photography, this is less of an issue for me than for some. Exposure and saturation are good, but the camera is slow to focus and capture images in low-light. The selfie camera (even with as little as I use it) is a dramatic improvement over the S7, which always returned images of facesthat were overly processed and soft, with sharp backgrounds.
The LCD screen on the G6 is less saturated, and I have to say, I'm ok with that. The screen on the S7 was always sharp, but seemed a little gaudy. I believe the screen should show accurate colors by default, rather than hiding that option in a sub-menu. Every single picture I ever shared with my wife caused her to say, "Why do the colors look so weird?" Since I usually have Snapseed adjust color and saturation automatically, I have to assume it was the phone. I have heard people say the G6 is prone to making people look orange, although I have not experienced this personally.
Overall, the LG G6 is a great phone. Practical, stylish, well made and fast. It feels like a major upgrade coming from a Samsung Galaxy S7, which had no excuse for its poor performance and for running hot when idle, considering the amount of RAM. (I have to point the finger at Samsung, which tries to add so many features to its flagship handsets that they become difficult to navigate and performance suffers.)
If you're looking for an alternative to the Apple-Samsung duopoly, but prefer a handset that offers micro-SD support (unlike the Pixel), consider the G6. It's powerful, capable and checks all the right boxes for 2017.
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