The latest LG Q Series is made to inspire the people with their functions and uniqueness. The screen aspect ratio that praised from reviewers all over the world. Now LG has ported that unique screen resolution over to its new Q series smartphones. The latest triplet phones are very similar to one another, just a difference of memory separate them.
The three latest smartphones in Q series includes Q6+, Q6 and Q6α.
Q Series Design
All three phones are built with 7000 series aluminium that well-thought-out as one of the uppermost strength aluminium available. The phones’ display is the 5.5-inch Full Vision 18:9 display. The thin bezels stay on the front of the Q series. Q Series phones feature a display 2160×1080 resolution. However, it still contains a decent display of 5.5 inches. In order to keep the phone in the range, they dropped out the fingerprint function from it. However, it offers face recognition. On the word of LG, it works fast and less hassle, it unlocks the phone.
Under the hood, you’ll get Qualcomm Snapdragon 435 processor that is the chief drop from the Snapdragon 821 processor on the G6. Cameras also continue the same across all tertiary variants, with a 13MP sensor including no dual-lens on board as its elder sibling. Notwithstanding, you will get a 100-degree intelligent 5MP camera on the front. Storage choices alternate for all Q series smartphones:
Q6+ features a 4GB RAM and 64GB internal storage
Q6 features a 3GB RAM and 32GB internal storage
Q6α features a 2GB RAM and 16GB internal storage
Android Version & Battery
The battery power is 3,000mAh to keep the whole thing powered. Despite the fact it is lower than that of the G6 that is 3,300mAh. If optimised properly, the Q series possibly will last for some long good hours earlier as a final point shutting down. The entire Q series runs with an Android version of Android 7.1.1. In the box an LG’s custom UX 6.0 skin on top. To this point, no announcements regarding prices have made yet. LG declares that they will first take off the phone with the “key” Asian marketplaces in the past rolling them out advanced in the rest of the world.