LG’s newest flagship device, the LG G6, was unveiled at MWC last month. After the reveal, the phone went on sale in South Korea only, the country where LG is based. Today, all of that changes. LG has begun the global rollout of the LG G6.
The rollout officially begins tomorrow, however, many of the flagship device’s buyers have already received their device, after ordering it through their carrier.
The G6 is set to launch across the world. The locations LG plan to first roll out the G6 to include North America, Asia, Europe, Central, and South America.
LG plans to reach over 200 carriers in a large majority of countries around the world with the global launch of the newest flagship device.
The LG G6 comes with a 5.7 inch display that has a 1440×2880 resolution, this leads way to an aspect ratio of 18:9. The G6 is powered by a 4GB RAM on a Snapdragon 281 processor. A 3300 mAH battery and 13MP camera, follow the usual trends of LG’s flagships. With a price tag of $729.99 for the 32GB model, the LG G6 seems like it will live up to the usual standard of LG.