After the launch of the LG Q6 in India, the company is likely to be all set to release the upgraded variant - the LG Q6+ in the country in early September.
According to the information revealed by the Mumbai-based offline retailer Mahesh Telecom's Twitter handle, the LG Q6+ is all set to be made available offline in the first week of September. While there is no word on the exact pricing information of the device, it is expected to cost below Rs. 18,000. Notably, the LG Q6+ has similar looks and internal specifications as the LG Q6 expect for the difference in the RAM and storage capacity. While the Q6 features 3GB RAM and 32GB storage, the LG Q6+ comes with 4GB RAM and 64GB storage.
The major highlight of the LG Q6+ is its display as the other smartphones in the Q6 series. The device bestows a 5.5-inch FHD FullVision display with a resolution of 2160 x 1080 pixels. This technology will let users enjoy an immersive experience while they watch videos, play games and multitask.
The other notable feature of the LG Q6+ that is slated to be launched soon in India is the square camera feature. This feature lets users utilize the 18:9 display fully. It lets splitting the screen into two identical squares so that the users can capture photos and review them at the same time.
Besides these aspects, the LG Q6+ is made using high-grade 7000 series aluminum, which is one of the metal alloys with the highest strength in the market. Under its hood, the smartphone employs an octa-core Snapdragon 435 SoC and a 3000mAh battery gives the necessary power to it. The LG G6+ flaunts a 13MP main camera at its rear with LED flash and a 5MP selfie snapper with 100-degree wide-angle lens. If you don't remember, this smartphone was unveiled in three color options - Marine Blue, Ice Platinum, and Astro Black.