Leaked LG G6 Renders Don’t Show A Modular Design

LG attempted its hand at creating a modular smartphone with the LG G5 however the thought didn’t actually take off in addition to the corporate would possibly have was hoping. The LG G5 didn’t actually promote neatly available in the market and LG is thought to have long gone again to the strategy planning stage with the next-generation flagship. It’s believed that the corporate would possibly unload the modular design ^(http://www.appmarsh.com/2018/10/lg-g6-no-more-modules/) for the LG G6. Newest leaked renders of the LG G6 don’t display a modular design so the Korean corporate would possibly finally end up doing this in the end.

The leaked ^(https://www.mysmartprice.com/gear/2018/12/28/exclusive-lg-g6-images-video-specifications-leaked/) renders counsel that whilst the LG G6 design goes to be relatively very similar to its predecessor, it’s no longer going to have the modular part to it, so customers gained’t be capable of switch modular elements to be able to improve the capability of the handset.

It can be noticed that the LG G6 would possibly have a twin digicam setup at the again with the fingerprint sensor being positioned beneath the rear digicam. A USB Sort-C port can be noticed within the renders however that used to be to be anticipated given that it’s the next-generation USB same old and goes to be provide on virtually all flagship smartphones due subsequent 12 months.

LG lovers have most popular the corporate’s flagships over Samsung units for the reason that former caught with the detachable battery but when those renders are anything else to move by way of, it seems that that LG may additionally ditch the detachable battery ^(http://www.appmarsh.com/2018/12/lg-g6-all-glass-design/) in choose of a extra narrow and swish design for the LG G6.

LG is anticipated to unveil the G6 at MWC 2018 in February.

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