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LG uncovers new hues for its G6 and Q6 telephones

Is it accurate to say that you are exhausted of your standard dark or white telephone? On the off chance that you are, LG is discharging its G6 and Q6 in a few new hues. The G6 now comes in Moroccan Blue, Lavender Violet, and Raspberry Rose, while the Q6 likewise gets the new blue and lavender hues. LG portrays the new shades of as “modern,” “sentimental,” and “created to speak to the two men and ladies who welcome the better things throughout everyday life.” I’m interpreting this as meaning my life will be more refined and refined on the off chance that I purchase these gadgets.

My associate Vlad Savov, be that as it may, obviously oppose this idea. At the point when LG already declared the Raspberry Rose V30 not long ago, Vlad depicted it as “an unmistakable new shade of underachievement.” At slightest there are presently two more shades to browse.

The G6 now comes in eight hues: Astro Black, Ice Platinum, Mystic White, Terra Gold, Marine Blue, and the three reported shades. The Q6 is accessible in similar hues, with the exception of Raspberry Rose. (The V30 is likewise accessible in the new shades.)

In our audit, we gave the G6 a score of 7.7, featuring its appealing plan, yet discovering deficiency with its normal cameras. We noticed the Q6 is a littler and more reasonable telephone, yet it has a Micro USB at the base, which Vlad notes is a diminishing standard.

The new hues for the G6 and Q6 will be discharged in Korea first in February, trailed by key markets around the world. LG says valuing and discharge dates will be declared locally, however there’s no sign if and when they’ll be discharged in the US. The standard shaded G6 and Q6 opened gadgets are as of now $700 and $300, individually.

It’s improbable LG will declare a successor to its G6 gadget at the Mobile World Congress one month from now in Barcelona, yet ensure you inquire here for all the news as it hits.

 

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