LG Debuted the G6 at Mobile World Congress earlier this year in March and promptly decided to bring it to India in April. In the days leading up to the MWC announcement, there was very little that wasn’t known about the LG G6. Continuing their tradition of experimenting with the design of their phones despite the LG G5 not getting any traction with the consumes, the LG G6 once again offer an off-beat form factor. The LG G6 has a 18:9 aspect ratio display, making it the only other smartphone other than the Samsung Galaxy S8 and the Galaxy S8+ to be a part of the Univisium format family. The LG G6 comes with the Snapdragon 821 processor instead of the Snapdragon 835, much to the dismay of many. But what it lacks in cutting edge processing, it makes up for in design, form and functionality. The LG G6 packs a lot of lucrative features and an experimental design. We put it all to the test to see whether this smartphone justifies the price tag.