LG Electronics announced on June 18 that its premium smartphone LG G6 will be available in a wider range of features and designs next month. The company will release G6+ and 32-GB internal memory-mounted LG G6 through Korea's three major telecom service operators next month.
The soon-to-be-released models will maintain basic features and functionalities such as the 5.7-inch large-screen FullVision display, solid durability and LG Pay, while being added with a wider variety of internal memory capacity, convenience specs and colors.
The LG G6+ will have a 128-GB internal memory, twice bigger than the existing 64-GB model. It will also be mounted with a Qi type wireless recharging functionality.
LG Electronics also plans to provide Bang & Olufsen bundle earphone to enable users to enjoy premium sound offered by Quad DAC. The LG G6+ will come in three colors including optical astro black, optical terra gold, and optical marine blue.
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