Many LG G6 teasers have reportedly surfaced online ahead of its launch at the MWC 2017 and now, latest reports are claiming that the company is showing off the device to select users for first time impressions ahead of the official unveil.
According to reports, LG gave a sneak peek to renowned industrial designer Torsten Valeur, who in turn applauded the handset. He honored the LG G6 in terms of its design, aesthetics, and FullVision display and many others.
According to the renowned designer, the LG G6 gives an overall user experience that can be regarded to as exceptional. Furthermore, he also appraised the ergonomics of the LG G6 device for its easy one-handed functionality owing to its firm-grip feel.
According to reports, this is the first official verified feedback of the LG G6 handset, and as more users experience it in the future, more reactions are expected to follow.
The Korean manufacturers had a tough last year with quite devastating sales that resulted from the low enthusiasm around the LG G5 flagship smartphone. LG, however, is looking to turn things around with the G6 handset and hopes to gather some of the lost sales.
Separately, the company also reportedly released two teasers called Flour and Pool giving us a hint at its dust and water resistance feature. Previous teasers have also reportedly confirmed that the LG G6 will feature a FullVision display with a new UX 6.0, and a dual camera setup with two 13-megapixel sensors. The handset is also expected to house a battery larger than 3200mAh.
LG is hosting its launch event in Barcelona on the 26th of February, and the event is scheduled to commence at 4.30pm IST (12.00pm CET).