LG Q6 has been launched in India at a relatively decent price of INR 14,999. Lying at the lower portion of the mid-range segment, the Q6 sports a sort of a premium design by incorporating a screen dominant display (similar to what we have seen in the Galaxy S8) by having extremely thin side bezels and small top and bottom bodywork.
Actually, Q6 resembles its bigger sibling, the G6, a lot from the front as they both share almost similar screen to body ratio. In fact, the aspect ratio of the display is exactly the same between the two devices at 18:9. Interestingly enough, the screen is perhaps the most impressive feature in the entire handset.
It is of IPS LCD variety and measures at a generous 5.5 inches delivering a resolution of 1080 x 2160 pixels. The pixel density is pretty good at 442 ppi. However, we would like to tell you that there are overall three variants of the Q6 and those are – Q6 (the standard one), Q6α (least powerful of the trio with 2 GB of RAM) and the Q6+ (the most powerful of the trio with 4 GB of RAM). The other two remain unavailable here.
The Q6 strikes a middle ground in its group with 3 GB of RAM and 32 GB of internal storage. Of course, it is expandable via microSD card up to 256 GB. The processing power comes from the Snapdragon 435 processor. Suffice it to say that the performance coming out of it will be nothing too impressive, but it should do well in normal day-to-day tasks.
Lastly, the main camera appears to be a decent 13 mega-pixel unit while the front one is a 5 mega-pixel unit. The phone will be exclusively available through Amazon.