LG has launched an improved version of the LG G6, named the LG G6+.
The key improvements are an increase in RAM to 6GB, and an increase in the internal memory to 128 GB.
It’s the first time that LG will released a second version of its flagship phone, a strategy Samsung and Apple have been employing for a while now.
The LG G6 Plus features 6GB of RAM and 128GB of built-in storage, compared to 4GB and 64GB on the LG G6.
All other features remain the same however, including the 5.7-inch QHD+ display with rounded corners, the Snapdragon 821 processor, the dual 13MP cameras, and 3,300 mAh battery.
A couple of features which were only present in select models of the G6, such as Hi-Fi DAC and wireless charging, are present in the G6 Plus.
Two new colors are also coming to the G6 Plus: Optical Marine Blue and Optical Terra Gold.
The LG G6 Plus will go on sale in South Korea first, but the phone will be sold in other markets from around the world as well. Pricing and specific availability will be revealed later.