The LG G6+ and LG G6 32 GB have something that is unavailable on the regular LG G6. Now, talking about the LG G6 32GB variant, it is essentially the same LG G6 which is currently out in the market with just half the storage.
LG have announced a new version of their G6 smartphone, the LG G6 Plus and the company will launch the handset next month.
Firstly, the software update will bring motion recognition to the facial recognition feature of LG G6 models, where you don't need to turn on the screen to detect your face. It is believed that this one is the best edition of the flagship smartphone. It will also come in Mystic White which is also available for the original LG G6. To recall, Amit Gujral who is head corporate marketing, LG Electronics India had confirmed to India Today Tech, in May, that LG was silently working on an affordable G6 variant that the company will launch in India in 8-10 weeks time frame.
LG has also launched a 32 gig memory variant of the G6 with identical specs as the original G6, again in Korea, for now. It was speculated to be dubbed LG G6 Pro. There is a 5.7-inch Full Vision QHD+ LCD display with 18:9 aspect ratio and 1440x2880 pixel resolution. Lastly, the update introduces automatic call recording feature and lens blind alert feature for wide angle photos. After all, it already has a different model for different markets, some with wireless charging and others without.
It is said that the LG G6+ and LG G6 32GB will have something that we did not see on the original LG G6. In LG G6+, you get three color options of Optical Astro Black, Optical Terra Gold, and Optical Marine Blue. In a somewhat ironic twist, the LG G6+ actually brings nearly all those features together into one model for the Korean market. Rs. 57,000) and the LG G6 32GB is to be priced at 799,800 KRW (approx.