LG G6 waterproof
It is proven that the closer an important event of a global category is, the more things are leaking and the more data half brands drop on the products that they will bring to their stands. It happens with the E3 video game fair, it happens with the majority of smartphones just before its scheduled presentation date. And it is happening of course with him LG G6, the new high-end terminal from the Korean company with which they want to put their head into Premium mobiles after the experience of the LG G5, and place themselves in a good position to fight against rivals as big as Samsung Galaxy S8 or the Sony Xperia for example.
Just 24 hours after seeing what could be your bet to stand out for an audio section that includes a processor in its design and features Quad DAC, the LG G6 is once again in the news as a result of a curious maneuver that the firm has sent to various media: a promotional card with a new commercial slogan that refers to a prominent function of the terminal. In this case we can read on Pocketnow.com the next: “Resist more. Under Pressure (Holds longer under pressure) ”.
At first glance this can be interpreted as that the G6 will come with a chassis that will withstand more shocks, or perhaps it refers to the terminal screen and a new protection system. Although in the field of mobile phones, talking about pressure resistance usually equates to water resistance. Since the LG G5 could not be submersible due to its modular nature, the design of the G6 could bring with it a IP rating make it waterproof. And if so, the first question that arises would be if it is the IP68 what does he ride Samsung Galaxy S7, which makes it resistant to being submerged in 1.5 meters of water for 30 minutes.
“The Smartphone of the next generation”
Of course, the card is not exactly subtle, since the slogan indicates that the 26 of February, the day of its official presentation, we will be “witnesses to the next generation smartphone. Served to you first by LG ”. Does that mean it will have a design as radical as the one in Xiaomi Mi Mix? Will it hold more water than the Galaxy S7? Will it do without physical buttons like the rumored iPhone 8?
After dispensing with the modular design of its predecessor, it is clear that LG bets very strongly on its G6, but scheduling its presentation before the Galaxy S8 may not be enough to attract the attention of users, especially if rumors such as that it will not have a Snapdragon 835 processor are true. In two weeks the Mobile World Congress it will get us out of doubt.