Hoping to get more customers interested with its current flagship, LG released a new model to its G6 with more onboard memory and new features.
Dubbed the LG G6+, the new phone now has 128GB of built-in storage and 6GB of RAM, up from 64GB and 4GB on the G6.
It also gets wireless charging, which was exclusive to the US variant of the G6, as well as a 32-bit Hi-Fi Quad DAC for enhanced audio. To go with the DAC, LG bundled the G6+ with premium Bang & Olufsen Play headhones.
However, the on-board processor doesn’t get an upgrade, as LG opted instead to use the same Snapdragon 821 chip from the G6.
Despite getting the ‘plus’ name, the G6+ isn’t bigger than the G6. The phone retains the 5.7-inch FullVision Display with 18:9 aspect ratio that was the headliner during the G6’s release earlier this year.
The same 13-megapixel dual rear camera unit with ultra-wide lens from the G6 also remains intact here.
What we do get instead are brand new colours to choose from – “optical marine blue” and “optical terra gold”.
The LG G6+ will be available sometime next month with a yet-to-be-announced pricing.