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LG G6 to have Non-Removable Battery & All Metal & Glass Design

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We are surely going to see a lot of high-end premium devices next year and the list includes Samsung Galaxy S8, LG G6, Oneplus 5 and much more. The LG G5 might not be able to impress the users as expected but now, the company is planning to fill that void with the G6. We haven’t heard much about the G6 so far because the smartphone world is full of the talks of Galaxy S8 and new Nokia Phones. But, today a new rumor has suggested that the LG G6 will undergo some significant changes as compared to the G5!

LG G6 WILL HAVE SOME SIGNIFICANT HARDWARE CHANGES

Design of the LG G6

David Ruddock, a Journalist has revealed via Twitter that the G6 is going to have a non-removable battery. So, this means finally we are going to see integrated battery in the upcoming LG’s premium phone. It seems LG has finally planned to go with the trend as all other smartphone manufacturers do by keeping the battery integrated.

Coming to the design of the phone, David suggested that G6 will come with an all metal and glass design. The rear panel will be made up of highly reflective metallic material. One good thing is that the LG G6 is going to retain the headphone jack, something we missed on iPhone 7 & we possibly are going to miss on Samsung Galaxy S8. What are our views on this ? Are you excited to see what LG has for us? Do let us know via the comment section . 🙂

Arvind is an 19-year old college student and the one who started DroidHolic. Currently, he works as the Editor-in-Chief, webmaster and Managing Director. Passionate about smartphones, he likes to write on latest smartphone trends. You can connect with him via social media.

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