With the aim of providing the users with premium features at a low price, LG has launched the Q6 smartphone which appears to be the mini version of the LG Q6. The smartphone has a 5.4-inch display which is powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 430

LG has officially unveiled a new smartphone of their brand known as LG Q6. According to PhoneArena, the Q6 smartphone appears to be the mini version of LG G6 flagship. The smartphone will be flaunting a full vision display of 5.4-inch with a pixel resolution of 1080 x 1920 pixels.

Notably, the images of the smartphone have been leaked in China and according to information gathered by the leaked images, the LG GQ seems like to be a scaled down version of G6 but the back of the smartphones are very different from each other. The power button of the LG Q6 is present on the right side instead of the rear side and also only a single rear camera of 13MP is present on the smartphone. A 5MP front camera will be present on the smartphone that will have a wide-angle lens.

The reports further states that perhaps LG Q6 is also made out of metal, however, the internals of the smartphone has disappointing features like the smartphone is powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 430 processor and has only 3GB RAM. An inbuilt storage of 32GB will be present on the smartphone. LG Q6 will run on the latest Android 7.1.1 Nougat and is powered by 3000 mAh battery.

It must be mentioned that the smartphones will soon be available in the market in two color variants: Astro Black and Ice Platinum. The exact price of the smartphone is still not revealed but it is predicted that in comparison to the LG G6, the smartphone will cost a much lesser amount. LG has said that they are launching Q6 with an aim of offering a premium experience to the users at a low price.