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You Can Get the LG G6 for $100 Less Right Now

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The G6 is LG's flagship smartphone for this year. It was first announced in February, right around the time the Mobile World Congress started. Shortly after, the device made the rounds online and through various carriers as it was released to the market.

Equipped with a 5.7-inch IPS LCD display, the LG G6 is a smartphone that compete with the other popular models in the market. Powering the device from within is a 2.35 GHz Quad-Core Snapdragon 821 processor with 4 GB of RAM. There is a native memory of 32 GB and a microSD card slot for up to 2000 GB memory expansion. On the back of the device is a 13-megapixel dual camera configuration while a 5-megapixel sensor is located in front. The LG G6 houses a 3,300 mAh battery and unboxes with Android 7.0 Nougat upon release.


Just a month after its release, the LG G6 is currently offered on sale through B&H Photo under two different deals: 

LG G6 $100 off

The first deal offered by B&H Photo takes out $100 from the regular price of the LG G6. Originally, the device is available for a price of $699.99. But with the discount in place, the LG G6 can be purchased for $599. To compare, carrier branded models of the device are currently priced at $729 at Best Buy.

LG G6 + LGW270 Smartwatch Bundle

The other deal being offered on B&H Photo also involves the LG G6 but with a bundled LGW270 smartwatch. Instead of originally paying $599 for the G6 and another $270 for the smartwatch, you can get both devices for just $650.

This smartwatch is equipped with a 1.2-inch P-OLED display with a 360x360 resolution. From within, it is powered by a 1.1 GHz Snapdragon Wear 2100 processor with 512 MB of RAM and 4 GB of RAM. The smartwatch comes with a genuine leather watchband, Bluetooth & Wi-Fi technology, IP67 water and dust resistance, and a rechargeable 240 mAh Li-Ion battery. Upon release, the smartwatch runs on the latest Android Wear 2.0 OS.

You may head over to B&H Photo's website to get more information on the LG G6 deals they currently offer.


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  1. Eventually they will offer it for $200: but there will be one catch: you will have to get a Sprint plan.

    Not worth it.

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  2. If they haven't solved the bootloop problem, it's basically just a $600 paperweight.

    Even the questionably constructed G4 Plus would be a better long-term investment than an LG phone.

    It's actually a shame, since LG phones used to be pretty decent.

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    1. G6 and bootloop? Never heard of this. Any links?

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    2. Google "lg bootloop" without quotes.

      They're even facing a class-action lawsuit over the issue, which persisted even in the new V20.

      I don't normally support whining to a judge (especially over personal disputes), but there doesn't seem to be any other recourse when dealing with a large multinational that's built a fatal flaw into every flagship they've offered over the past few years.

      The irony is that Samsung phones, which are made by another Korean multinational, also had a much more "fatal" flaw.

      The double irony is that after all we do to protect their freedom from Little Kim, they can't even send us a working batch of smartphones.

      Throw in Psy's tirade against America, which is literally the only thing standing between him and a North Korean death camp, and these types of fiascos just come off as downright cringeworthy.

      Honestly, it's a wonder anyone even has any patience left for Worst Korea, which should be giving all legal American citizens a free S8 or G6 out of gratitude for not letting their incompetent, ungrateful asses get glassed.

      It's the least they can do after their constant string of screwups.

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  3. The G6 has excellent specs, a beautiful, sturdy design, and will be a big seller for LG.
    I like the narrow profile and bezels - a big screen phone that is easier to hold and use.
    Water resistant down to 4.5' for 30 minutes. One rear camera has wide angle lens, the other f 1.8 for low light performance. Met MIL Spec 810G standards for shock.
    If I was buying an Android flagship to replace my Moto X Pure Edition, this would be the one.

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    1. But you're not, which means the G6 isn't actually worth the price.

      If it was, you would've already bought it.

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    2. Yeah, phones are totally worthless unless you plan to buy them THIS INSTANT.

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    3. "If it was, you would've already bought it."

      I'd like to borrow his time machine. Because this phone you insist he should have right now isn't even out yet.

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    4. "Yeah, phones are totally worthless unless you plan to buy them THIS INSTANT."

      Well...yeah.

      There's literally no use for a phone you're not using.

      "I'd like to borrow his time machine. Because this phone you insist he should have right now isn't even out yet."

      The G6 is already listed for sale on B&H.

      Not sure if you're trolling, or just commenting on comments about articles you haven't even read.

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  4. Eventually, Apple and LG and Samsung will merge, producing an exploding, bootlooping phone that is as limp as a wet noodle.

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    1. They will never merge together haha

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    2. Sounds like a literal black screen of death.

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  5. B&H is selling the unlocked US Cellular G6 model. The bundle with a smartwatch is no longer available, it appears.

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    1. Christine posted the wrong link. Just search for LG G6 and you can find the bundles with watch.

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