New LG G6 Teasers Released, Dual Camera Setup Confirmed

LG has released three new LG G6 teaser videos through the company’s official LG Mobile Global YouTube channel. LG has been releasing teasers via this channel for a while now, and these new ones are quite interesting. You’ll find all three videos embedded below this article, and these are amongst the last teasers LG will release, mainly because the company will announce the LG G6 during their press conference in Barcelona on Sunday. In any case, let’s see what are these teasers all about, shall we.

If you take a look at the first clip, you’ll get to see a video which shows off how uncomfortable it is to use big devices in everyday life, and at the end of the video LG asks you a question, “are you okay with a big size phone?” The second video down below is the complete opposite of this, as it is showing off how uncomfortable life can be if things are too small, like your umbrella while it’s raining, or if too many people are sitting on a couch. Ultimately, of course, the video shows off a smartphone which has a really small display. At the end of this video, LG asks a question as well, “are you okay with a small size screen?” These two videos are obviously trying to tease the display and general size of the upcoming LG G6 flagship. This could mean that the LG G6 will have a rather large display, not very thick bezels, which in the end means that it will not be that big, and perfect for everyday use. At least that’s what it seems like LG is trying to tease by releasing these two videos, but we’ll see.

The third clip down below is considerably shorter than the other two, but it is confirming that the LG G6 will ship with two camera sensors on the back. In this cilp, LG is showing off a piece of wood which is changing during the video, at the end of it, the back side of the LG G6 appears along with two camera snappers. The LG G6 will be announced during the company’s press event on Sunday, at noon (CET) in Barcelona, so stay tuned.

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