The LG G6 Design Gets Put On Display In Spigen's Case Lineup

The LG G6 design gets put on display in Spigen's case lineup which has just shown up on Amazon for sale. Although the LG G6 has not officially been announced by LG as that is expected to happen at the end of this month during their Mobile World Congress press event, the cases from Spigen do show off the LG G6 and the phone in the case images from Spigen does match the design shown in the Ringke case images, as well as the design shown in a number of leaks and renders for LG's next flagship smartphone.

Aside from the device looking the same design wise when compared to the other leaks, the LG G6 in Spigen's case listings on Amazon match up with the color of the phone in the very first leak for the phone's press render, yet is different from the two colors that are seen in the case listings from Ringke. This suggests that there are going to be at least three different colors of the phone which appear to be a Black, Silver, and this color shown here which looks like a sort of Bluish-Gray color.

There are five cases in total from Spigen that are listed, and these include a range of types to fit every customer it would seem. The cases that Spigen has available are the Rugged Armor and Tough Armor cases both meant to provide the most protection, as well as two hybrid cases which are the Neo Hybrid and Ultra Hybrid cases, and lastly the Thin Fit case which has a non-slip coating on the outside to help with grip. All five cases are set to go on sale just a couple of days before LG is set to announce the G6, which is expected to happen on February 26th which is the day of their press conference. This is also about a month before Ringke's cases go on sale, which doesn't give much detail as to when LG might begin selling their device. The cases from Spigen range from about $14 to $25 right now, although they're all currently on sale from $13 to $19.

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