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Best Features Of The LG Q6: FullVision Display, Durability And More

Aiming at unveiling a unique device in the budget-smartphone segment, LG unveiled the Q6, which not only features a distinct style, it also offers a lot of competitive features that make it one of its kind in the segment. All these features at a very affordable price tag further makes the all-new #LGQ6 highly attractive.

LG was working on introducing an affordable version of G6 and previously, the #LGQ6 was supposed to be called as G6 Mini. Finally, the smartphone is tagged as #LGQ6 and is being sold exclusively by Amazon India. The smartphone is available in Astro Black, Ice Platinum, and Terra Gold for Rs. 14,990.

So, to brief you more about why #LGQ6 is different in, here are the top 5 features of the phone that we think are out-of-the-box in the segment.

Best Features of The LG Q6

FullVision Display

LG has equipped its latest offering with the company’s FullVision display which not only improves the flexibility, it also improves the multitasking efficiency. The display has an 18:9 aspect ratio instead of the usual 16:9 and features slim bezels that improves the overall appeal of the smartphone. 


When combined with Android 7.0 Nougat and UX 6.0, it allows a user to run two apps in perfectly square windows simultaneously quite effectively. The particular feature is also extended to the camera software as well. It must be remembered that the #LGQ6 is the only device in the budget segment that offer 18:9 aspect ratio.

The camera app features a specific square mode that allows a user to use the phone’s aspect ratio in a perfect manner. This feature is also seen in the company’s flagship G6. With this feature, a user can click the picture and review it at the same time in the square window with 1:1 aspect ratio. It will be also useful in uploading the pictures to different social media platforms.

Fit In One Hand


The #LGQ6 comes with a 5.5 inch display and still has quite compact dimensions which allows a user to use it with just a single hand quite comfortably. Unlike other smartphones with similar display, the #LGQ6 is quite handy and easy to operate, which further adds to the phone’s appeal.


One thing that most of the users don’t get in the budget segment is durability. But, LG has worked on this parameter in an appropriate manner and equipped the #LGQ6 with H-beam frame that is evolved with strong 7000-series aluminium. So, getting your phone dropped will not be a major concern to a great extent with #LGQ6. Even the screen is protected to a great extent with this frame.

The other important aspect is that the #LGQ6 comes with rounded corners. Rounded corners and a metal frame protect the device efficiently.

The #LGQ6 has passed 12 MIL-STD 810G standard tests for durability, which meant the phone is tough enough for use by the U.S. military. These tests include mechanical shock, high temperature, rain, humidity, sand and dust tests.

Face Recognition

The #LGQ6 also features advanced security features that are not common in the budget segment. The Q6 comes with a ‘Face Recognition’ feature that allows a user to unlock the smartphone with their face. This replaces the conventional fingerprint sensor. Facial recognition is a feature which is seen in the flagship models and finding it on a budget device is quite impressive.


With a Snapdragon SoC 435 chipset coupled to 3GB RAM, you get powerful performance without any issues. Multitasking is quite easy on the device and the #LGQ6 will not have any glitches or lags. Further, fueling the smartphone is a 3,000mAh battery pack that lasts for almost a day even after significant usage.

LG Q6 Launch Offers

Jio Offer

As an introductory offer, Jio users will get up to 50GB additional data.

Screen Replacement

A one-time screen replacement within 6 months.


Rs 3,200 worth of freebies with the all-new #LGQ6.

So, this smartphone not only offers you advanced features and performance, it also comes with quite attractive offers that makes it a strong contender to be a segment leader.

Satyendra Pal Singh

Satyendra Pal Singh

Satyendra explores the latest happenings in the tech world and writes stories about those. He likes to play around with the latest gadgets and shares his views through articles. In his free time, you can find him watching movies/TV shows and/or reading books.View Author posts