LG got a lot of attention at the Mobile World Congress 2017 last week for its new flagship smartphone, the LG G6. The company has completely revamped its flagship offering and it has been well received so far. The company will certainly be hoping that it sells quite a lot of units but that’s obviously something that time will tell. It has now got the ball rolling on pre-orders for the handset. The LG G6 pre-orders are now live in LG’s home base of South Korea.
LG has confirmed that the G6 is going to be released in South Korea on March 10th. Ahead of the launch next week, the company has now started taking pre-orders for its latest flagship smartphone.
The LG G6 is going to cost 899,800 won in South Korea which converts to around $780. That was to be expected since this is a premium device after all. LG is also going to provide customers in the country with free stuff that’s worth around $400.
All pre-order customers will receive an original case for the handset, a one-year screen replacement service, LG’s Tone Platinum HBS-1100 Bluetooth neckbuds as well as a Rolly Keyboard 2 Bluetooth keyboard.
The Korean variant of the G6 features a 5.7-inch Quad HD+ resolution display with a Snapdragon 821 processor, 4GB RAM, 64GB storage, 32-bit Quad DAC, 13 megapixel rear and 5 megapixel front camera as well as a 3,300mAh battery.
LG is yet to confirm the U.S. pricing for the G6 but it has confirmed that the variant meant for the States will not have 64GB of storage as standard and the Hi-Fi DAC.