South Korean smartphone makers, LG has reportedly teased yet gain another feature of the G6 flagship handset that is due to unveil later this month. Just recently the South Korean company reportedly confirmed that the LG G6 mobile device will feature a 32-bit Hi-Fi Quad DAC (digital to analogue converter) for improved audio playback.
According to reports, the LG G6 with Quad DAC is expected to come with a support functionality for FLAC, DID, DIFF, and ALAC file formats.
The Quad DAC is also expected to deliver a clear and hitch-free sound by reducing distortion and ambient dissonance by up to 50 percent. No different from the V20, the LG G6 device, is also expected to sport the ESS Technology, which has been the main developer by a company that specialises in audio products.
The South Korean company also reportedly claims that the improved Quad DAC on the G6 handset increases circuit integration and lowers the negative distortion by up to 0.0002 percent as well as minimising the loss of acoustic information.
The company further discloses that the new Quad DAC in the LG G6 will enable a user to effectively control the left and right earphones in separate capacities. A user will also be able to adjust the balance of sound.
Some of the highlights of the smartphone are said to be the first non-Pixel handset to come bearing the Google Assistant feature out-of-box alongside dual rear camera setup, and waterproofing capability with IP68 certification.