- 1 x LG G6 H870 Dual SIM 64GB/4GB Unlocked Smartphone
- 1 x Charger
- 1 x USB Data Cable
- 1 x User Guide
- Standard inclusions
- SIM : Dual SIM (Nano-SIM, dual stand-by)
- Screen Size : 5.7 inches (~78.6% screen-to-body ratio)
- Resolution : 1440 x 2880 pixels (~564 ppi pixel density)
- OS : Android OS, v7.0 (Nougat)
- CPU : Quad-core (2x2.35 GHz Kryo & 2x1.6 GHz Kryo)
- Internal Memory : 64GB ROM, 4GB RAM
- Rear Camera : Dual 13 MP (f/1.8, OIS, 3-axis, phase detection AF) + 13 MP (f/2.4, no AF), dual-LED flash, check quality
- Rear Camera : 5 MP, f/2.2, 1080p
|2G bands||GSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900 - SIM 1 & SIM 2 (dual-SIM model only)|
|3G bands||HSDPA 850 / 900 / 1700(AWS) / 1900 / 2100|
|4G bands||LTE band 1(2100), 2(1900), 3(1800), 4(1700/2100), 5(850), 7(2600), 8(900), 12(700), 13(700), 17(700), 20(800), 28(700), 38(2600), 40(2300)|
|Speed||HSPA 42.2/5.76 Mbps, LTE-A (3CA) Cat11/12 600/150 Mbps; EV-DO Rev.A 3.1 Mbps (LS993, VS998)|
|Dimensions||148.9 x 71.9 x 7.9 mm (5.86 x 2.83 x 0.31 in)|
|Weight||163 g (5.75 oz)|
|Build||Corning Gorilla Glass 5 back panel|
|SIM||Single SIM (Nano-SIM) or Dual SIM (Nano-SIM, dual stand-by)|
|- IP68 certified - dust/water proof over 1.5 meter and 30 minutes - Water resistant up to 1 meter and 30 minutes|
|Display Type||IPS LCD capacitive touchscreen, 16M colors|
|Screen Size||5.7 inches (~78.6% screen-to-body ratio)|
|Resolution||1440 x 2880 pixels (~564 ppi pixel density)|
|Protection||Corning Gorilla Glass 3|
|- Dolby Vision/HDR10 compliant - Always-on display - LG UX 6.0 UI|
|OS||Android OS, v7.0 (Nougat)|
|Chipset||Qualcomm MSM8996 Snapdragon 821|
|CPU||Quad-core (2x2.35 GHz Kryo & 2x1.6 GHz Kryo)|
|Card slot||microSD, up to 256 GB (dedicated slot) - single SIMmicroSD, up to 256 GB (uses SIM 2 slot) - dual SIM|
|Internal Memory||64GB ROM, 4GB RAM|
|Rear Camera||Dual 13 MP (f/1.8, OIS, 3-axis, phase detection AF) + 13 MP (f/2.4, no AF), dual-LED flash, check quality|
|Features||1/3" sensor size, 1.12 ?m pixel size, geo-tagging, touch focus, face detection, HDR|
|Video||2160p@30fps, 1080p@30/60fps, HDR, 24-bit/192kHz stereo sound rec., check quality|
|Front Camera||5 MP, f/2.2, 1080p|
|Alert types||Vibration; MP3, WAV ringtones|
|- 32-bit/192kHz audio - Active noise cancellation with dedicated mic|
|WLAN||Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac, dual-band, Wi-Fi Direct, DLNA, hotspot|
|Bluetooth||v4.2, A2DP, LE, aptX HD|
|GPS||Yes, with A-GPS, GLONASS, BDS|
|Radio||FM radio (market dependent)|
|USB||v3.1, Type-C 1.0 reversible connector, USB On-The-Go|
|Sensors||Fingerprint (rear-mounted), accelerometer, gyro, proximity, compass, barometer|
|Messaging||SMS(threaded view), MMS, Email, Push Mail, IM|
|- WPC&PMA wireless charging (US version only) - Fast battery charging: 50% in 30 min (Quick Charge 3.0) - MP4/DviX/XviD/H.265 player - MP3/WAV/FLAC/eAAC+ player - Photo/video editor - Document editor|
|Non-removable Li-Po 3300 mAh battery|
|SAR EU||0.23 W/kg (head) 0.15 W/kg (body)|
|Performance||Basemark OS II: 2291 / Basemark OS II 2.0: 2126Basemark X: 30507|
|Display||Contrast ratio: 2053 (nominal), 3.556 (sunlight)|
|Camera||Photo / Video|
|Loudspeaker||Voice 66dB / Noise 68dB / Ring 74dB|
|Audio quality||Noise -93.3dB / Crosstalk -94.4dB|
|Battery life||Endurance rating 72h|
This item is includes full 1 Year, Return to Base Warranty for failure under normal use.
good product and awesome service
Posted by Unknown on 19th Jul 2017
Posted by Unknown on 5th Jul 2017
Beautiful looking phone and fantastic specs! The sound output is quite impressive for a mono speaker and the Hifi Quad dac really makes a difference while listening to music using headphones. Definitely worth buying. Supero was quite quick in dispatching this and I received it within three days of making the order.
Posted by Unknown on 4th Jul 2017
I was saving up on a trip to japan but we moved it because i wanted this phone. The time from ordering to getting it felt so long (Came in 4days btw which is good) but overall good and easy process of buying and no hassle.
Solid replacement for a dying LG G3
Posted by AJF on 12th May 2017
There are many online reviews for this phone. I'm just going to speak to it as a replacement for an LG G3.
I bought a G3 when they came out, since I was less than impressed with Samsung phones, and friends had raved about their G2s. The G3 did everything I wanted a phone to do, and was beyond merely reliable. It: had great battery life, without buying a replacement/expanded battery; took pretty damned good photos, and the audio was in no way sloppy; included decent internal storage and expansion for that via SD card; worked with all the major carriers in various countries, without hassle; was not at all slow, even earlier this year with 2017 apps and the latest android OS; had community support, so I was still running the latest OS in 2017; and, the screen was excellent, for a handheld phone -- I read and wrote quite a bit on it. It had also survived: drowning in a pool of mud and rain (was fine after drying out for a day); being dropped many, many, many times; my satchel, where it was crushed on a daily basis by heavy gear lugged around all over the place. Aesthetically -- the G3 was fine. It looked like a phone. It was a phone. This is fine.
So, since getting that phone there has been nothing, at all, on the market that has attracted my interest. Every phone presented a compromise over something I already enjoyed with an increasingly older, but perfectly functional, G3 -- which seemed indestructible.
They are not indestructible. The right hand side of the screen finally glitched out from the daily crushing, which gave it a mind of its own -- it'd turn itself on, compose emails and record videos, then send these without any user interaction. It'd then turn itself off again, then on, and do other stuff...
Anyhoo -- happily the G6 had just been released. First: like the G3, it looks like a phone. This is a good thing. The 'startled robot' face is _fine_... I quite like it -- it says, to me: 'I am a tool.' Which is cool, because, well, I don't want to be carrying around a pretend lover or friend or quirky pocket confidant. There's nothing weird or edgy about the look. It's just a decent-looking phone with a well-executed minimalist aesthetic. That will do. Nicely. Well done, LG.
This model, the HK one Supero are importing (LG H870DS):
is the one you want (64GB storage, dual sim, quad DAC), unless you're after wireless charging, in which case you'll need to order from the US (32GB, one sim, standard audio).
The LG H870DS is also the model that suited my needs best in terms of carrier compatibility in various countries (including NZ):
I've had the phone for nearly a month, and so far, the short version is that it functions like a faster, more powerful, G3. This, like the aesthetic, is to my mind a very good thing. It just freaking works, well, and without messing me around. Almost all of the differences I've noticed in daily use are also Good Things -- the type-C usb interface is a welcome improvement; the screen ratio and size is particularly good for those who frequently need to read or write, now, with their phones, and can't always get to a desktop or laptop PC, or simply can't be bothered starting one up; the audio via headphones is a bit better (the speaker is OK, for a phone, but... it's a phone, not a sound system, ffs); the fingerprint reader is surprisingly good and useful; the always on display, too; the battery life is good enough to not be an issue; and, despite appearances, it does actually seem pretty rugged -- it puts up with rough handling without complaint.
I'm still getting used to the position of the volume controls, but having to break some habits is to be expected. And, the cameras give some strange results sometimes. Part of that will be the new native fb msgr camera app, which isn't LG's problem, and will hopefully settle down into a reliable program. But, even with the standard camera apps (google's and LG's), I'm not sure I've got the settings quite right yet. There's something a bit off with it. That said, I remember the same was true in the early months with the G3, and it wasn't a hardware issue. And, the photos are fine -- most of them are considerably better than the G3's. I just suspect there's going to be a software update pretty soon that'll make the quality of them more consistent.
The main thing I find myself having to get my head around with this phone is that it's not cased in plastic. It feels extremely solid, and robust, and has already taken a beating without registering any kind of complaint. But, unlike the G3, I worry it will shatter. If you care about minor scratches then get a case. It is not impervious to that sort of thing, and they are more noticeable than the same in plastic, because this thing is really glossy (in a good way). So far, though, and despite the rough treatment (it spends most of its day sandwiched in the back pocket of a satchel carrying up to 8kgs of gear, banging against my hip, on public transport, up and down stairs, and all over the place), it hasn't cracked or whimpered or restarted or had to find its sim/sd card again... and (aside from cracking) those were problems the G3 had.
My concern over the glass cracking is truly just based on what I've seen happen, and heard about happening, from others with samsung or apple phones. Maybe the rounded edges will help make that a non-issue for the G6. So far, so good.
If you are looking for a solid phone, rather than a bunch of weird novelty features, and do not care about the samsung/apple hype, status symbols, etc, then this is decent tech. Hopefully it'll behave as well as the G3 did and for as long. Upgrading phones can be a pain -- this was not at all painful. I definitely do not regret this purchase. And, Supero were *excellent* to deal with.
LG G6 Much improved!
Posted by Unknown on 8th Apr 2017
There is no perfect phone in the world but looks like LG G6 is getting closer to be one. There is a nice aluminium rim which holds the Gorilla Glass front and rear panels. It is also expected that G6 is waterproof (IP68) - because all 2017 flagship is like that.
Looks like LG G6 and G5 share only a similar name, because other than that they are completely different. There are some of my favourite features which I would like to share with you.
LG6 is still rocking LG software skin, but it is a much-improved way less in you face version of it. So it's still LG with no aperture and skinned apps and icons in a very colourful look but it's not too crazy and I say it's an improvement over what we had on the G5 and G6 and previous phones.
It's built on top of Android 7.1 Nougat which means: first of all you do get google assistant and you get a couple of the features that are built into LG skin that you wouldn't get into pure stock Android like on a Pixel. There is always a balance of showing new features in your face (like in Samsung) vs. sort of tucking features away and the settings app and letting you find them later. I think this skin does a pretty good job of balancing those two things.
But of course it's not perfect as a skin phone you have inherently a little bit of a delay as far as software updates go. Hopefully, it won't take long for those updates.
What can I say - numbers are higher than in previous LG phones. 2.35 GHz Snapdragon 821 with Adreno 530 GPU, 4 GB of RAM, 32 GB of storage is great for the twin 13-megapixel cameras on the back and 3300 mAh battery. It has also expandable storage for up to 2 TB (OMG, why would someone need that much on a phone). Looks really good and no real flaws here. But of course, it's not quite perfect. In the US version you're not actually getting a quad DAC, only a pretty average DAC, instead you're getting a couple of extra radios, but you're also not getting a Snapdragon 835 chip on this phone. That's another bleeding-edge high-end chip that you probably see in most new phones of 2017. It's not that Snapdragon 821 is way worse, it's just I like to have the top-notch phones.
Probably I love this upgrade the most. G6 has 13 Mp cam and 120-degree wide angle lenses. Now when switching back and forth between the portrait lens and super wide angle lens it's not as big of a glaring difference in quality and not get a huge drop-off. That's actually what will encourage me to use this super wide angle camera a lot more.
What I think is not perfect - it has some stability issues, hopefully, it will be fixed in a software update.
Completely new, I like that they ditched the modular nature of G5 for a much more "traditional" premium smartphone - just metal and glass everywhere. It has volume buttons on the side - which I like and fingerprint reader on the back - which is not my favourite. This phone has a very robotic squared up look, there are no unnecessary tapers to try to make it feel thinner or look thinner. It's very businesslike and I like that. It's waterproof as I mentioned before, and it did survive when I decided to record some ocean views.
What I think is not perfect -
1) it would be nice to have a removable battery like in G5
2) the single down-facing speaker is not the best part of the phone at all.
That's probably the best feature - 5,7 inch IPS LCD display within 18:9 ratio, so display is a little taller/wider sideways than your normal 16:9 display. Wallpapers and icons and everything is still working perfectly, but you do get a couple of software features to take advantage of a larger display. For example, at multitasking, it works a bit better now that you have an extra bit of room. I mean, it's essentially two square windows now and more apps are compatible with it.
It's still a great display - super bright, very viewable outdoors, support HDR, giving very deep blacks for an LCD and a great saturation. And the curved corners are just icing on a crispy G6 cake. The thinness of bezels is what I hype up - couldn't find a person who didn't like it.
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