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LG X6 with triple rear cameras, thick bezels, 3GB RAM launched

12 June 2019 0

LG has added a new smartphone to its portfolio and it will be first available in its home country only. Dubbed LG X6, the device brings several interesting features at a mid-range price. But, the phone includes a waterdrop notch display and there are thicker bezels on the sides which make its overall design disappointing and actually a thing of the past. While the design looks nowhere near to the hot trend, they are the features that somewhat justify its price.

The LG X6 includes a triple rear camera lens and this module is placed horizontally. The configuration of these cameras goes as – 16MP primary sensor, 5MP 120-degree wide-angle sensor, and a 2MP depth sensor. On the front, it includes a 13MP shooter and has a 3500mAH battery capacity. The phone also supports LG Pay through NFC feature, 32-bit DAC, capable of playing Hi-Res Audio and also has support for DTS X technology.

Another interesting feature is that the smartphone is MIL-STD 810G certified, which is a military standard. The certification is proof that the device has passed through several tests like high temperature, low temperature, thermal shock, and humidity, vibration, and shock.

The device features a 6.26-inch HD+ (720x1520 pixels) display and is powered by the MediaTek MT6762 SoC paired with 3GB RAM. It includes 64GB of inbuilt storage with the option to expand further using a microSD card slot (up to 2TB).

The price of the LG X6 is 349800 won (approx. $300) and it comes in two colors – New Moroccan Blue and New Aurora Black. It's already listed on LG's official site for Korea, but we are yet to know if this device will step out from its home country.



LG X6 with triple rear cameras, thick bezels, 3GB RAM launched
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