It was only a couple months after the release of the LG G6 that we learned that the firm might be working on a smaller version of the handset. The day has finally arrived with LG announcing its latest handset line with the Q6.
While it looks extremely similar to the G6 when it comes to the front, sporting a 5.5-inch 1080P Full Vision display with minimal bezels, the big difference is what can be found, or in this case, not found, on the rear. The standard G6 features a dual camera sensor, while the Q6 opts for a single camera setup.
All of the Q6 models will be powered by the same Snapdragon 435 processor, but there will be different versions of the handset that will offer subtle differences in RAM and storage configurations. The Q6 will come with 3GB RAM, along with 32GB of storage, while the Q6+ offers 4GB RAM with 64GB of storage. LG will even offer a Q6a that will come with just 2GB RAM and have 16GB of storage space.
As mentioned before, the handsets will come with a single camera offering a 13MP on the rear, and a 5MP on the front. Lastly, each Q6 variant will be powered by a 3,000mAh battery and will arrive with Android 7.1.1. LG did not announce pricing.