According to a few LG G6 users, the AT&T version is receiving a new software update numbered H87110c. This is a minor Over-the-Air (OTA) update and has no changelog, but its main purpose appears to fix some software bugs, as it is still showing the latest security patch level as of March 1, 2017. As with all OTA updates, they are rolled out over a period of time, so if you have not received your notification yet, you can always try looking for a software update by going through the ‘Settings’ menu in your app drawer.
When you redo a complicated smartphone, as LG did when they went from the all-metal, modular style, LG G5 to the all-glass, and the sleek with small bezels LG G6, there are bound to be a few bugs along the way in the new software. For the most part, the LG G6 appears to be a big step forward for LG after the LG G5 from last year. Their loyal fan base was not ready to accept the modular G5 with a painted metal body, even though its design allowed for the user to replace the battery – a feature that has since been removed on the LG G6. To help make up for losing that option, LG did include a larger battery (2800mAh to 3300mAh) and they added wireless charging as standard. LG further made this change more palatable by getting an IP68 certification for dust and water resistance.
Another big design feature is the new display. LG increased the display from 5.3-inches to 5.7-inches, kept the Quad HD resolution, but gave it an 18:9 aspect ratio. This makes the display slightly thinner and taller, but able to fit in a smaller physical area. The display is also Dolby Vision/HDR10 compliant and it is perfect to watch videos or movies, as well as giving the user two perfect squares for multi-window tasking. The LG G6 also keeps up with the growing trend towards dual cameras, and included two 13MP sensors with one for your daily shots and the second one with an ultra-wide-angle lens for group or scenery shots. The primary shooter has the f/1.8 aperture, PDAF, OIS, and dual-tone LED flash, while the secondary sensor has a fixed focus and smaller f/2.4 aperture.