The LG G6 makes another appearance, this time showing off its 'always on' display

Although we won't get an official release from LG until its event at Mobile World Congress, the G6 has continued to find its way online. While we have a pretty good idea of what the device will look like, we get yet another glimpse at the unannounced handset.

What we see above is a new image of the front and back of the LG G6. While there isn't anything new to see here when it comes to the hardware design, we do get to see an active phone display that appears to display icons from LG's 'always on' display.

The firm has been fairly generous the past couple weeks in regards to the details of the G6. So far we know that the handset will offer a 5.7-inch QHD+ display dubbed 'Full Vision' with a unique 18:9 aspect ratio. The G6 will put the screen to full use with customizations introduced by its updated UX 6.0 software. The device should also pack a fairly large battery and could offer a waterproofing.

LG is expected to debut the device at its Mobile World Congress event on February 26. Neowin will be in attendance at the launch event to give you our first impressions of the device.

Source: 9to5Google

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