Let’s be honest. We, customers, don’t like wasting our money buying products that aren’t worth it. Smartphones and cell phones are no exception here. Trying to avoid disappointment purchase, we always ask ourselves whether it’s better to buy a new phone with mid-range specs, or an older generation model with high-end hardware? Note that in terms of smartphones which have short product cycles, “older” often means “released a few months ago”. Knowing how important good quality photos are for smartphone users, we decided to take a close-up at optics on phones below $500, searching for a handset with best camera parameters for the money.
Earlier today, Amazon shared news that LG will join Prime Exclusive Phone Program. This Amazon’s exclusive offer has been enriched by four more LG-made smartphones, which the most interesting of are undoubtedly the LG G6 and LG G6 Plus. Members of the Prime can now purchase the most advanced LG phones way cheaper, which come at the price of ads on your lock screen.
Looking for a hard to resist deal on the best smartphones currently available on the market? If so, then you should visit T-Mobile this weekend, as the carrier prepared a really sweet deal on some of the most wanted Android phones. Starting today two of the latest flagships may be yours at the price of one. The newest ‘buy one, get one free’ deal covers the Samsung Galaxy S8, Galaxy S8 Plus and the LG G6.
LG latest flagship is a device perfect for you? If you still didn’t buy the released a little more than a month ago LG G6, right now T-Mobile gives you a chance to grab the phone with a significant discount. Within its latest spring promo the Magenta carrier cuts the official pricing of the probably best alternative to the Galaxy S8 by 23 percent.
Announced a month ago, the LG G6 has just hit retails and carriers’ shelves. If you’ve been thinking about getting yourself the LG’s latest flagship smartphone, but still haven’t managed to buy one, then T-Mobile has an offer that is pretty tempting. The Magenta network offers a free LG G Pad X 8.0 tablet with LG G6 purchase. Let’s take a look closer at the offer.
LG G6 arrives to US carriers as soon as tomorrow, compare which service provider offers the best deal
Announced a few weeks ago at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, the LG G6 finally hits the US market. On March 30 the phone will become available nationwide through US biggest carriers. Verizon, Sprint and AT&T announced they will open pre-orders for the LG’s recent flagship as soon as tomorrow. Wondering which one to port to? Here’s a brief presentation of the hottest deals on the LG G6.
Although the LG G6 isn’t available in the States yet, the recent leaks suggest it will port to the US shore on April 7th. To whet our appetite for the phone even more LG has just announced that they start selling their latest flagship along with a bonus in a form of a Google Home smart speaker. If you still uncertain whether to buy the handset, this pretty pricy gift may be an incentive strong enough to help you make the purchase decision.
Rumored for months the LG G6 finally has become official at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. Just as expected the LG has resigned from the experimental modular design and instead released a phablet sporting a stylish metal body with super tiny bezels. Except for that the phone comes with tons of new features that may help it conquer hearts of customers worldwide. Here’s what you will love and hate about the new LG G6.
The latest trend in the smartphone industry says that bezels are démodé, and should be as minimal as possible. Conscious of that LG is trying to meet this aesthetic demand and designs a bezel-less LG G6. This is at least what the company’s invitation to the MWC show tells us. Scheduled to debut on February 26th, the G6 will come with “Big Screen… That Fits.”
Let’s be honest, 2016 was pretty rough for LG, though this time a year ago nothing suggested it would be like this. The company was very optimistic and had great hopes for its first modular phone, the LG G5. However, when the device was launched, everything went downhill pretty fast – the phone and its Friends weren’t as warmly received as LG believed they would. Even the premium V20 didn’t manage to save the day and the manufacturer is ending the year with nearly $400 million loss. However, new year is a chance to impress users with a new flagship. It appears that LG learnt a lesson and the G6 is expected to arrive with lots of improvements among which are wireless charging and waterproof body.