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LG G6 Mini

LG G6 Mini Images Surfaces Online With Smaller 5.4-inch 18:9 Display

The LG G6 was announced at MWC 2017, which sports a 5.7-inch Full Vision display with an 18:9 aspect ratio. Although LG’s latest flagship isn’t running on the latest Snapdragon 835 processor, but the users are accepting the change and liking the new device. According to the TechnoBuffalo, the Korean electronics giant is working on a smaller version called the LG G6 Mini.

The LG G6 Mini is rumored to launch with a 5.4-inch display that will have the same aspect ratio as its elder brother. Its screen-to-body ratio will be under 80%. Other specification details are currently unknown though we can be sure it won’t be getting the Snapdragon 835 chipset.

Images of the device have also leaked online and they look identical to the original. There are dual rear cameras on the back, positioned above the fingerprint scanner; and the name “G6” written at the base. There is an audio jack sitting at the top and a USB Type-C port and speaker grille lining the bottom.

LG G6 Mini might not be the final name of the device. LG might choose to launch the G6 mini in select markets, and the United States may not be one of them.

Source: TechnoBuffalo

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