- Display: 5.7” Quad HD 18:9 (2880×1440)
- Processor Snapdragon 821 quad-core
- GPU Adreno 530 GPU
- RAM 4GB RAM
- Storage 32GB storage
- MicroSD Yes, expandable up to 2TB
- Cameras Rear: 13MP dual (71 degrees + 125 degrees), 1.12µm pixel size, Aperture (wide – f/2.4, normal – f/1.8)
- Front: 5MP 100 degrees, 1.12µm pixel size, f/2.4
- Battery 3,300mAh, non-removable, wireless charging
- Water resistant IP68
- Connectivity USB Type-C, NFC
- Software Android 7.0 Nougat
- Colors titan, black and white
Dual rear cameras are very much the focal point here, with the wide-angle camera getting a much-needed boost of attention as LG finds that nearly half of its users use that as their primary shooter.
The G6 has yet another tweak to the combination, moving to using the same sensor for both cameras rather than a markedly better sensor in the “main” camera with a weaker sensor in the wide-angle camera as before.
Depending on how much LG has improved its software, this camera setup may be looked upon as a downgrade from the 16MP sensor it was using in prior phones.
The standard camera has a 71-degree lens — which is about standard for most smartphone cameras — with an f/1.8 aperture and OIS.
Front-facing cameras are usually rather wide by default, but considering there’s little reason to have anything but a super-wide lens for your selfies LG has gone with a 100-degree lens with f/2.2 aperture in front of its 5MP sensor.
LG is well known for its dual camera setups at this point, and it has tweaked the setup over the past couple generations of its high-end phones.
The wide-angle camera still offers you those super-unique photos that you just don’t get on any other smartphone, and now with a better sensor it’s even more valuable.
At the same time, the wide-angle front-facing camera stands alone as your only camera choice up front, making sure you fit as much as possible in your selfie.
It’s great that they’ve managed such great shots on a standard 13MP 1.12um camera, but imagine what they could do with the Pixel’s shooter.
For me as a photographer i find the whole dual camera thing more are less a gimmick that no one really asked for i compare photos with my daughter iPhone 7 with my s7 edge and let’s just say she’s not to happy right now with apple .
After trying to use two distinct front-facing cameras with the LG V10, things switched back to a single extra-wide camera on the V20 and we have the same look now in the G6.