The first LG G6 phone leak shows it’s back on the right path

LG G6 is the first major phone of 2017 that we really want to see, and we may not have to wait until its expected MWC 2017 unveiling to catch a glimpse.

Shiny, new LG G6 renders appeared online today, and while they’re unofficial, they depict a phone that’s shaping up to be more than a modular experiment.

That’s great news for anyone who wants to upgrade beyond the LG G5 and its few modular accessories that went nowhere. This phone wows in other ways.


It’s said to be encased in a ‘highly reflective metallic material’ and yet it may still be capable of wireless charging, according to the latest LG G6 rumors.

Today’s renders show a dual lens camera setup and fingerprint sensor on back, and we’re expecting a 5.3-inch Quad HD display on front, matching the LG G5.

Waterproof, but what about the battery?

The LG G6 is illustrated to have a non-modular, airtight design, but one that still keeps the 3.5mm headphone jack and USB-C port open.

It could very well be a waterproof – or at least water-resistant – LG flagship phone – finally. But that may come at the expense of the replaceable battery.


LG has triumphantly touted its phone batteries as replaceable, when Samsung decided to get rid of the user-changeable battery starting in the Galaxy S6.

Why the change? We may see significantly better battery life from a more power efficient Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 chipset, likely to be inside the LG G6.

Couple that with Qualcomm 4.0 Quick Charge powers, and this new Android phone could recharge 20% faster than last year’s phones.

We’ll know for sure at MWC 2017, and maybe hear about new rumors at CES 2017.


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  1. Reply jek4 December 29, 2016 at 9:24 am

    No replaceable battery? That’s the biggest reason I ended up at LG after many years with Samsung.

  2. Reply Integrazimmy December 29, 2016 at 9:24 am

    Looks great!!! The LG G5 was good too! I got it because the battery was replaceable, great cameras, specially with the second wide angle shooter and the phone behaves great!!! I didn’t really care much for the modular design!!! I care more about practicality!!! That being said, the build quality is something I do hope gets the fixings that come via that render!!! If all is kept and better build is offered alongside the snapdragon 835 and a bigger battery, I’d say LG has a true winner!!! I’d buy the LG G6!!!

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