LG is going to dispatch an energizing new Android telephone, a gadget that will contend specifically against Samsung’s Galaxy S8 and Apple’s iPhone 8. Dissimilar to a year ago when the Galaxy S7 eclipsed the LG G5 despite the fact that they were uncovered around the same time, the LG G6 will have a lot of time to sparkle at MWC 2017 preceding Samsung divulges the S8 in late March.
All things considered, the G6 versus Galaxy S8 duel is still one to watch this year, particularly considering the numerous contrasts between the two handsets.
Another report from Korean site ET News says that the LG G6 will have a 3,200 mAh battery, which will be 400 mAh greater than the G5’s battery. Be that as it may, the battery is not client replaceable, in light of the fact that this year LG is going for a top notch waterproof plan instead of a measured telephone.
The company’s official who talked to with ET News said that the telephone will offer clients 12 hours of battery life while perusing “standard internet.”
The report additionally noticed that LG will utilize a novel Smart Doctor application to determine issues to have the telephone and propose arrangements. In the meantime, with regards to battery security, a unique warmth pipe will expel abundance warm from the telephone.
The Galaxy S8 is relied upon to have a 3,000 mAh battery, keeping pace with the Galaxy S7, however, littler than the LG G6’s battery. Does that mean the Galaxy S8 will have more regrettable battery life than the LG G6? This could be a major ordeal — all things considered, these two lead telephones are relied upon to have comparable capabilities, and battery life is dependably at the highest priority on the rundown when customers are reviewed about their cell phone needs.
Indeed, there are sure key contrasts between the two telephones that will likewise influence battery life.
The LG G6 will have an “old” Snapdragon 821 processor contrasted with the Galaxy S8’s new 10nm chip, which should be quicker and more vitality proficient. The G6 and Galaxy S8 will include correspondingly measured screens, yet Samsung’s OLED show may require less power than LG’s LCD screen.