BARCELONA, Spain—We're live from Mobile World Congress, and the time has come for the stampede of high-end Android devices to begin. The first out of the gate—and one of the best looking—is the LG G6, a gorgeous slim-bezeled phone with a truly questionable SoC choice.
After the failure of the LG G5—the company lost nearly $400 million in Q3 2016, which it blamed on "weak sales of [the] G5"—LG is scrapping just about everything from its prior flagship. The modularity is gone, as is the removable battery. Instead, we get a simple slab phone with IP68 water resistance.
from LG G6 Hands On: A beautiful design with a disappointing processor