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LG G6: 4 Months Later




The LG G6 has been my primary handset (one of two actually since I have two active mobile numbers) since it was released four months ago. It continues to be my primary phone for a lot of reasons but one of the major factors why I kept on going back to an LG phone is the dual camera.

There are a lot of dual camera phones in the market today but LG’s approach is unique — a super wide-angle secondary camera. For people who take a lot of photos during their travels, having a wide-angle lens allows you to capture awesome scenic shots that you can only get from using dSLRs with a 10-22m lens.

Among smartphones in the market today, only the LG G6 can do that. Of course, there’s more tot he G6 than just a unique camera setup. Here are 6 best features I really liked about it.


If there’s one thing that bothered me in the past several months, it’s all about the operating system. Android OS tends to become sluggish as you use it. Perhaps it’s the number of apps running in the background, the repeated installation and un-installation of apps and games or the file fragmentation of the storage system but that’s a problem I’ve encountered with almost all Android smartphones I’ve used for years.

Bottomline, the G6 is the same great smartphone from it was first released.

You can read our full written review of the LG G6 here or watch the original video review here. LG Philippines has also slashed the suggested retail price of the LG G6 to Php29,990 (until the end of July).



Abe is the founder and Editor-in-Chief of YugaTech. You Can follow him on Twitter @abeolandres.

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5 Responses

  1. easy e says:

    Sayang ang mga flagship ng LG. Siguro kailangan nilang bumaba ng price range. Like yung price ng sa One Plus or lower.

  2. Reg Garcia says:

    I hope you can update us with regards to the battery life? Does it last the whole day with regular use (Facebook, Emails, Viber, et al.)? Planning to get a new phone and it’s a toss up between the v20 and this.

    • Paul says:

      They have similar battery sizes, but the V20 has a removable battery while the G6 is non-removable.

      If you see yourself actually changing batteries mid-day, there’s the V20.

    • dan says:

      get this instead. mas bago but almost the same specs and for me better design. and you could get this for 30k na lang.

  3. dickenson says:

    lower price plssssssssss

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