With Samsung abstaining from a major flagship launch, all eyes will be on LG’s forthcoming flagship device G6, which is scheduled for launch at the MWC. However, even ahead of the launch (and which is generally the case with such flagships), the smartphone has gained mass popularity courtesy of various leaks and reports.

As reported earlier, LG G6 is expected to be packed with a polished chamfer around the edges sporting a large 5.7-inch Quad HD+ display with an aspect ratio of 2:1. Thus, making the resolution of the display, i.e 2880 x 1440 pixels.

The Korean giant has now confirmed the massive display for the phone, christening it ‘Full Vision’. The bezel-less display for G6 stands out of the crowd, building up the expectations further.  The display has been named ‘Full Vision’ as the massive resolution display fills up the front face of the smartphone entirely.

Though a larger screen with packed within a small body was hinted from the teaser released by LG electronics, just about a month ago. Moreover, the company had previously stated its plans of delivering a display only 1 mm thick.

For LG, the company has been moving towards larger screens for a long time now, evolving the display ratio from 4:3, 3:2, 5:3, 6:9 to 2:1 now. The same is being done so as to allow the screen to be bigger yet comfortable in the hands of a customer. Customers now prefer larger screens and consume much more multimedia content than earlier, hence leading to the increase in display ratio.Other expected features from G6 includes a waterproof display in hand with enhanced multimedia options.

Apart from on the -point- sales tactics, LG has devised ways to hold on to its customers. The company proposes to offer an artificial intelligence after-sales service to the G6 customers, resolving their queries and problems. The step has been taken so to win back its customers, regards to G5’s unsuccessful sales rate.

It is further rumored that the phone might feature a  ‘swappable rear panel’.The LG G6 might allow users to switch between multiple back covers, but we only have knowledge of the existence of a shiny black plastic cover and a silver matte finish one as of now. Though, we’ll have to wait until Mobile World Congress, being held in Barcelona towards the end of February, to get a closer look at the device.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.