Communicate and capture your world with this versatile LG G6 smartphone. Two 13MP rear cameras, including a 125-degree wide-angle lens for scenic shots, let you create dynamic videos and compelling photographs on the spot. With an impressive IP68 rating, this durable yet elegant LG G6 smartphone is resistant to dust, water and impact damage.
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Quad-core processor and 4GB of RAM deliver outstanding overall performance for opening and running applications, flipping through menus, running home screens and more.
Android 7.0 Nougat OS
Makes it easier to take action in the moment, with more personalized settings and smarter notifications.
4G LTE speed
Provides fast Web connection for downloading apps, streaming content and staying connected with social media.
5.7" QHD+ touch screen
The G6's FullVision display puts more screen in your phone. The 18:9 aspect ratio, QHD+ resolution, and Dolby Vision™ provide superior picture quality for a more authentic cinematic viewing experience.
Dual 13MP rear camera
The 125-degree wide-angle lens allows you to capture photos and videos with a wider perspective - for more friends or more inclusive scenic shots. Also includes a front-facing 5.0MP camera for self-portraits and video.
32GB internal memory plus microSD slot
Provides plenty of storage space for your contacts, music, apps and more. Expand storage up to 256GB by adding a microSD card (sold separately).
Use your smartphone as a mobile hotspot
Share your 4G data connection with other compatible wireless devices.*
Built for the unexpected
Take your G6 just about anywhere without worry. It has an IP68 rating and MIL-STD-810G standards, so you can focus on your life - not your phone.
A quality flagship like the S8, only different!
Posted by: AlanG from: on
I had the LG G2 and loved it. The G6 is very similar, but taller and totally updated and upscaled. Perfectly flat on both sides with curved corners and fully loaded with great features like Google Assistant, HD calling, NFC, OIS, Quick Charge 3, etc. Metal and glass materials make for a beautiful flagship - right up there with the S8 and iPhone. LG software is smooth and fast with no stuttering. Large battery gets me through a full day with moderate use. Fingerprint reader is perfectly placed! Feels and looks great. Confident to use.
My wife has the Samsung S8, which has a gorgeous, oversaturated, blazingly bright, curved, Amoled screen, but is overly narrow with a lot of exposed glass. The G6 is only slightly wider, but still fits in the hand and has a nice flat-screen LCD with colors and brightness that are more natural and not as garish.
The S8 is beautifully smooth and rounded all over, but it's VERY slippery, so a case is almost mandatory all the time. The G6 has has metal sides with smooth edges, so it's attractive, but more confident to grip. It feels more natural in my hand without a case, which is how I use it at home or in a carpeted office.
Both are top-notch phones with great cameras and almost no bezels. But like the S5 and S6 I owned, Samsung is always in your face, downplaying the perfectly fine Google apps and pushing you into their own world of duplicate apps, services and themes - even including a 4th prominently placed button for Bixby, their not-fully-functional version of an assistant.
The G6 is upscale but more unassuming. Just 2 buttons on the side, LG gets out of the way and let's you enjoy the experience of a well-rounded, quality, flagship phone. There are no headphones in the box and only a limited number of cases are available, but that's OK. Everything on the phone comes together and works well all the time, so the overall experience feels very complete and satisfying.
21 out of 21 found this review helpful.
The light users perfect standby phone!
Posted by: Jimmy07 from: on
When I got it I was pleasantly surprised with the quality and the weight of the device. If you are a light user and don't constantly use your phone but need to check emails and notifications than you can't go wrong with this device. I use it just for that and had a hard time finding such. Most phones for whatever reason use about 5-10% of battery just by leaving it on at night. This phone however uses at most 3%. I was surprised that this phone lasted me 48 hours and I still have 20% left. I highly recommend this for the standby time alone let alone for all the other things this device brings. I however do not recommend this for the power user since you will mostly get out of it about 4 hours of screen time. Thanks for reading and hope you find what you like.
5 out of 5 found this review helpful.
Posted by: Angel from: Reno,Nv on
I have come to expect excellence from LG and I have received it once again with this phone. The fact that it is waterproof is by far the best function of this phone. I am upset that they took away the LED notification lights. That's a big bummer. :-(
6 out of 7 found this review helpful.
LG G6 Great phone and price
Posted by: dabearz from: Chicago on
I really like my G6 I came from Iphones and got tired of them always getting cheaper made so I gotr the G6 and love it and androids super fast and clean too
4 out of 4 found this review helpful.
Posted by: Leilani from: on
I love my lg g6. I recently had a Samsung. The selling feature for me was the bigger screen, crack & water resistant. When it was time for my upgrade getting a bigger size and a phone when dropped wouldn't crack were my priorities. So far I am very happy with my phone. I love the bigger size, the clarity, and how clear my pictures look. I love the fact that I do not have to charge my phone every four hours which I had to do with my Samsung. I literally I have gone a couple of days and not charged my phone. My one disappointment when purchasing the phone is that there was no car charger. a So I have to buy one which is something I haven't had to do. I think for the price it should be included. Other than that very happy with my purchase and glad I got this instead of the Samsung 8.
4 out of 4 found this review helpful.
Posted by: DJSCJS from: Ohio on
I had the Galaxy S5 for 3 years and had nothing but problems .Got this phone for no money down and $11.99 a month for 2 years . The day before got it from Verizon and had the same payment but had to put $200.00 down so returned it and got It at Best Buy This phone is great from the quick charge and I get a day and a half of use before charging it. The camera is very good with no blurring images . Even inside in a fairly dim room is good. I wish it would have had the Snapdragon 850 instead of the 821 but seeing professional reviews said it not that great difference but some. Also 32gig instead of 64 is a bit low but better than the 16 I had on the galaxy. The speed of the internet is good also. There is so much you can do with this phone.The reviews on smartphone websites compare this to the Galaxy S8.. Most say the only difference is the Snapdragon 850, a slightly better camera( one website said) and 64 gig of space. But for the money they say this is well worth it and I agree 100%. But that's just my opinion. Hope others agree
4 out of 4 found this review helpful.
Posted by: Alisabeth from: Lafayette, La on
My husband loves his new phone. Connects great to his android watch, and setup was a breeze. It also withstands a lot , and that was extremely important to him.
4 out of 5 found this review helpful.
Solid LG Flag ship
Posted by: John from: New york Mills,NY on
Built like a tank! Awesome 18:9 HDR capable LCD display.
2 out of 2 found this review helpful.
Awesome phone for the price
Posted by: Specializedchuck from: on
Double camera feature is quite nice, water proof, plenty of screen protectors available, sd card takes care of only 32 gb of memory. Battery life is above average and finger print reader is very fast. Nice up grade from my LG g3. Best part is this phone only cost 11.99 per month for 24 months, with no early payoff charges. I chose the LG g6 over the Samsung S8, not a fan of the curved screen.
1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
Upgrade from Samsung
Posted by: Superboy from: on
The LG G6 is a definite upgrade from my Samsung. The curved edge of the new Samsungs is a gimmick that just makes things harder to protect. LG stayed with a traditional shape, but with very little bezel. The OS operates smoothly and fast. The camera is top notch. The battery is good so far.