LG G6 coming to Europe this April 24th
LG is set to launch its G5 successor around the world in the coming weeks including countries in North America, South America, Europe, and Asia for over 200 different network operators. The manufacturer is purportedly reporting healthy sale numbers of the G6 in its home territory where the smartphone has been available since late March. Accordingly, early pre-orders reached over 80,000 units with two-day sales reaching over 30,000 units.
In Germany and other European territories, the G6 is expected to launch on April 24 for around 750 Euros with pre-orders already available through various network operators and retailers. Users who pre-order or purchase the new smartphone between April 10 and April 30 will also receive a voucher worth 160 Euros that can only be redeemed if users register their new purchases.
The G6 follows on the footsteps of the disappointing G5 where LG's focus on pricey modular accessories turned out to be very unpopular with users. The G6 drops this feature completely in favor of a sleeker design, 5.7-inch QHD+ 2:1 display, improved rear and front cameras, and even a dedicated heat pipe for improved processor cooling.
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