We've had a little tease of LG's upcoming G6 smartphone, but now The Verge is here with a full reveal ahead of LG's official announcement on February 26 during Mobile World Congress 2017.
LG's new G6 smartphone will rock a large 5.7-inch display with a 2:1 aspect ratio, with the company wanting as little bezel as possible. The G6 rocks a screen-to-bezel ratio of 90%, which will make the G6's screen take up most of the front - and so it should.
The company has however moved away from its modular design in the G5, with the new G6 built entirely from glass and metal. LG will be including a 3.5mm headphone jack on the G6, which will make people happy - but there'll be waterproof goodness included, but unfortunately - the battery is not replaceable. Boo.
We have a dual-camera system on the back of the G6, with a center-mounted fingerprint sensor rumored for the back as well. The full unveil will take place during MWC 2017, and we will be on the ground.
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