LG is feeling generous this year. After giving us the G6 flagship with an amazing 18:9 screen ratio, the Korean company is launching three Q6 mid-rangers with the same beautiful display #mobilemagic
Q6+, Q6 and Q6α are the new smartphones LG announced today. The reason you should be excited by this announcement? The FullVision display comeback. Yep, the company borrowed the 18:9 screen ratio from the stellar G6 and brought it to a series of mid-rangers. So, if you do want to enjoy a bigger display but aren’t ready to spend that much money on G6, this is the best alternative.
All three smartphones come with a 5.5 inch FullVision display but sport different storage configurations. The basic Q6 comes with 3GB of RAM and 32Gb of internal storage, the Q6+ offers 4GB of RAM and 64GB of storage and finally, Q6α brings the least amount of RAM and storage (2GB/16GB). All the handsets come with an aluminum frame, a wide-angle front camera and 13MP rear shooter. If you count the addition of a 3,000mAh battery and facial recognition, you’ll find that the whole range is quite the steal.
Of course, the processing power doesn’t compare to a flagship; all mid-rangers run on last year’s Snapdragon 435 chip. Still, these could be a smashing success next month, when they go on sale in Asia. LG Q6 will hit the North American market later this year.