[GIVEAWAY] LG Flagship Smartphone Model G6 – First-Ever Smartphone With 18:9 Display Now Up for Grabs
The much anticipated 18:9 display has now come to a smartphone that many are raving about.
None other than the latest flagship offering, LG G6 now offers a bold new display format that brings cinematic viewing to your handheld device.
Designed specifically to consumer’s feedback and users’ opinions, LG G6 hones in on practical features consumers have wanted for the longest time. Most notably, one feature is a big screen that fits snugly in one hand. G6 certainly has that covered.
First-Ever Smartphone in the World to Feature 18:9 Display Format
The LG G6 comes with an impressive 5.7-inch QHD+ (2,880 x 1,440 resolution) FullVision display and for the time ever in a smartphone, an 18:9 screen aspect ratio. Compared with conventional 16:9 aspect ratio displays, the 18:9 format offers more viewing space and a more immersive experience when streaming videos and playing games.
Even if you’re not one who enjoys watching TV serials or movies on your phone, LG G6 is about to change your mind. Enjoy cinematic experience on the go with its spectacular display. In spite of the larger display format, the G6 is ergonomically designed such that that you can use it with one hand.
Sculpted from aluminium and glass, the G6 features a minimalist and sleek design smooth to the touch. The metal frame that is a soft matte finish, imparts solidity in style with a high gloss back. The rounded corners of the G6 also disperse the impact if the phone is dropped.
Unbeatable Viewing Experience with Dolby VisionTM
As the first phone to feature Dolby Vision technology and also one to support High Dynamic Range (HDR) 10, you can be assured of the wide spectrum of colour and luminosity while catching your favourite drama.
The darkest and brightest areas are more vivid, revealing greater detail for a truly immersive viewing experience.
Users will get to enjoy cinematic-like viewing experience for streaming videos from Netflix, Amazon and more content providers that are increasingly creating HDR video content.
Dual 13MP Cameras with Wide Angle Lens to Capture All the Beauty
Not to be compared to your typical smartphone, LG G6 boasts of an impressive dual 13MP rear cameras with a 125-degree wide angle lens that immediately lifts the aesthetics of your photographs.
The wide angle lens is ideal for picturesque shots of landscapes such as vast mountain ranges and waterfalls, ensuring the beauty before you is not lost in the photograph.
The G6 comes with an expanded 100-degree field of view with its 5MP front camera, which means users can take selfies or wefies without the need for a selfie stick. Its amazing features don’t just stop there – edge distortion is also reduced, making for more natural-looking images.
Optimised for Social Media Platforms
LG G6 is also the quintessential smartphone for social media savvy users with their Square Camera Mode, alongside novel ways to create intriguing shots with several features such as Snap shot, Match shot, Grid shot and Guide shot.
By taking perfectly square photos in 1:1 ratio, the LG G6 is ideal for Instagram, Snapchat and other social media apps. Based on your preferences, you can also choose other ratios, such as 4:3, 16:9 and 18:9.
Snap shot splits the screen easily into two squares given that the 18:9 display of the screen. The upper half is a viewfinder while the bottom half allows you to preview the photos for easy comparisons after taking them.
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Let your creativity run wild with Match shot where you can capture disparate photos, such as the wings of a bird to the tail of an airplane.
Easily combine photos or videos in a collage made up of four quadrants with Grid Shot. No longer do you need to use any third-party app since you can now instantaneously share the collages on social media platforms from the camera app directly.
Any foodie will be able to relate to Guide shot for it is a smart and creative feature that helps you to find the symmetry or the right composition of your shot using a reference image. Remember that popular shot with a round plate of food right smack in the middle of the table? The G6 ensures you get that perfect shot effortlessly.
Built for Durability
LG G6 are both IP68 water and dust resistance, making it protected up to 1.5 meters of water for as long as 30 minutes. You need not worry about accidental drops in water and spillages.
The smartphone also endures tests for high temperatures and nail penetration, and uses a proprietary technology that dissipates heat via an internal heat pipe, the first in an LG smartphone.
LG engineers have also positioned the components most prone to overheating as far from each other as possible.
Everyday Tasks a Cinch with the Google Assistant
Having built-in Google Assistant, you can expect it to work seamlessly with LG apps in the G6 – empowering users to manage everyday tasks and search quicker than ever. Also, the more Google assistant is used, the more personalised the user experience becomes with the remote after-service utilising artificial intelligence.
It’s safe to say that LG G6 is indeed a phone of unrivalled usability and convenience.
LG G6 is really what a social media savvy smartphone user needs – especially with this many “firsts” packed into a smartphone of the future.
Now available at M1, Singtel, StarHub and other LG authorised retailers, LG G6 comes in astro black, ice platinum and mystic white colours. It retails at S$988 and comes with a free flip case worth S$58 while stocks last.
Alvinology X LG Giveaway
In a special partnership with LG, we will be giving away LG G6, its latest flagship model to one lucky winner.
To win, simply complete the following:
2. ‘Like’ and share this post on Facebook and tell us what you’re looking forward to do with the LG G6 using one of the features mentioned previously.
3. Tell us a reason why you would like to have LG G6 on our Facebook post. Contest ends at 11.59pm on 30 May 2017. The winner will be notified via Facebook, and must be able to collect the prize in Singapore.