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LG introduced the flagship G6+ with wireless charging and headphones Bang & Olufsen

LG introduced its new flagship smartphone G6+, which increased the volume of permanent memory and added support for wireless charging.

LG G6+ is a larger version of the original model, as you would think. The differences from the conventional model are increased to 128 GB storage capacity, facial recognition, wireless charging (Qi) and branded under the name DAC DAC Quad.

In the United States is currently on sale smartphone LG G6 support wireless charging, but without a dedicated DAC. In South Korea it is the opposite. And G6+ received both.

Another difference is the new color options. LG calls their Optical Astro black (black), Optical Terra Gold (gold) and Optical Marine Blue (blue). They differ from conventional that change shade depending on how the smartphone is light. It is separately possible to note the presence of headphones from Bang & Olufsen included with this version.

LG G6+ comes with the same 4GB of RAM and a 5.7-inch screen with a resolution of 2880×1440 pixels. Battery capacity is equal to 3300 mAh, the main camera — 13-megapixel. The operating system is 7.1 Android with proprietary user interface UX 6.0.

In addition, LG has announced the G6 and the version with 32 GB of permanent memory, which should be cheaper than existing apparatus. However, while neither prices of new modifications or the markets where they will be available.

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