LG released its G6 flagship in April this year, and the company is now set to launch two more variants of the flagship, the G6+ and G6 32GB. The new variants will be unwrapped in South Korea today, followed by other regions, as per the reports. The major noticeable difference between the existing G6 model and upcoming models is the storage they pack inside. The existing G6 comes with 64GB of internal storage, whereas the new G6+ and G6 will pack 128GB and 32GB of internal storage respectively.
According to the reports, internal storage is not the only aspect that changes, the G6+ is also said to come with wireless charging in few regions, unlike the G6 which had wireless charging only in the US variants. The new G6+ will also pack in a different set of earphones which are said to be high-quality earphones from B&O PLAY. The reports also suggest that this new smartphone will come in Optical Astro Black, Optical Marine Blue, and Optical Terra Gold, colour shades which are build up by a lenticular film applied on the back of the smartphone, that gives an attractive visual effect.
Further the company is said to give away some software enhancements to the new G6 siblings which will include Face Print, Low Power Consumption, and Covered Lens warning. The new cover warning feature will help in preventing fingers coming across the lens while capturing and the new Low Power Consumption feature will significantly help in saving battery by reducing phone’s power consumption. These new features will be introduced to the existing G6 via an OTA (Over-the-Air) update, while the new devices may have it pre-install.
While the LG G6 64GB was launched in April for Rs. 51,990, the new G6 32 GB is said to be launched at 819,500 won (Roughly Rs. 46,377) and the G6+ at a price tag of 957,000 won (Roughly Rs. 54150).