LG is reported to launch two new variants of its recently-launched flagship device, the LG G6, in South Korea. Dubbed as LG G6 Pro and G6 Plus, both the smartphones are set to launch on June 27 in the country.
According to a report by ETNews, LG G6 Plus will be priced at 999,800 won (approx. Rs 57,224), while the Pro version will come with a price tag of 799,800 won (approx. Rs 45,777). The report further adds that both the devices will be launched with all three major carriers including SK Telecom, LG Telecom and KTF.
However, the specifications of the upcoming devices are grim at the moment, but it seems that LG will also introduce a new colour option called “Optical Astro Black”, which will distinguish the models from the original G6.
The report further highlights that the LG G6 Plus will come with 128GB of internal storage, coupled with wireless charging, while the G6 Pro will sport a 32GB storage and it also reported that it might boast a lower resolution as well.
The report further suggests that the company will launch LG V30 in September and the smartphone will come in 32GB, 64GB and 128GB storage variants. Lastly, the report mentions that company will launch these smartphones in order to expand its newly-launched LG Pay services. However, there is no official word from the company, so we suggest you take this report with a pinch of salt.