Pre-registrations for the LG G6 are now open in India

A few days ago, it was hinted that the Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+ will be launching soon in India. Now, it appears that LG is gearing up to unveil its flagship handset, the G6, as well. Pre-registrations for the LG G6 are now open in India.

LG announced its highly-anticipated G6 handset at Mobile World Congress 2017 more than a month ago. The device boasts a "Full Vision" 5.7-inch QHD+ display with an unusual 18:9 aspect ratio, allowing users to "see more" while maintaining a compact form factor.

The G6 offers other enticing specifications, such as 4GB of RAM and up to 64GB of internal storage, which is expandable via a microSD card. Additionally, the handset also hosts dual 13MP rear cameras, and a 5MP front-shooter. It sports a fingerprint scanner on the rear, and comes in three colors in the US.

While the pricing and retail release date are currently unknown, Android Central purports that the LG G6 could cost around INR 50,000 ($775), putting it in a position to compete against the Galaxy S8 and S8+ which cost $749.99 (~INR 48,000) and $849.99 (~INR 55,000) respectively in the US. You can pre-register for the LG G6 by visiting LG's website here.

Source: LG via Android Central

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