The latest video teaser for the LG G6 that appeared on YouTube on Tuesday is focused on the waterproof design of LG's upcoming Android flagship. The 11-second teaser doesn't reveal much, but its description tells consumers to "dive in with the LG G6," once again indicating that the company's latest and greatest smartphone will have no issues with getting wet and still working as intended. The new teaser for the LG G6 can be seen below. The South Korean consumer electronics manufacturer already confirmed the LG G6 will feature a waterproof design on several occasions, with the last one being mere hours ago when the company launched a new teaser website for its upcoming device. Among other things, LG revealed that the LG G6 will feature an all-metal case, a responsive fingerprint scanner, and a wide-angle dual camera setup.
The company's upcoming flagship is expected to ship with the Snapdragon 821 system-on-chip (SoC) and between 4GB and 6GB of RAM. The LG G6 will also reportedly feature a 5.7-inch QHD+ display with an unconventional 18:9 aspect ratio, while its case will not only be waterproof but also almost bezel-less, recently leaked images have indicated. LG will almost certainly ship its next flagship with some version of Android Nougat and its proprietary UX 6.0. While the company's upcoming device was also expected to serve as a platform for launching its LG Pay service, recent reports from South Korea suggest that won't happen and LG may even scrap its mobile payments service entirely.
The Seoul-based phone maker already announced that it will officially unveil the LG G6 on Sunday, February 26, a day before Mobile World Congress (MWC) officially kicks off. However, seeing how the company's marketing team is currently working overtime to release new teasers designed to generate hype about the device, more information on the LG G6 will likely follow even before the phone is officially unveiled on Sunday. Overall, it remains to be seen how well the LG G6 will do in comparison to its predecessor seeing how it's not only a radically different device that doesn't feature a modular design but will also hit the market earlier in the year than its predecessor did.