As expected, LG has launched the LG G6+ in Korea. The newly launched model is a premium version of the LG G6, comes in some cool new colors like Optical Marine Blue and Optical Terra Gold and Optical Black. These colors resemble the HTC U lineup greatly and can change their appearance based on light reflection. LG also announced a new update to the LG G6 along with the new phone.
The LG G6+ comes with an increased storage capacity of 128 GB, while other specs are mostly the same. The new model also accommodates wireless charging and comes packed with B&O headphones in the box. The company has not yet revealed the price or the availability of the new smartphone. We also haven’t heard about the LG G6 Pro that was sppposed to launch along with the LG G6+. The LG G6+ also comes with LG Pay out of the box. LG is also in the midst of pushing software updates to the LG G6 to enable the new mobile payment service.
The new software update we talked about brings face recognition from the lock screen, low Power Consumption mode, and Hi-Fi Quad DAC volume controls.