LG just released an official TV commercial advertising all the G6’s headlining features. Hands-on videos are already widespread — including ours — so everything you see here is more about marketing fluff than actual usage:
I can’t imagine anyone jumping off a plane while casually taking photos with his or her phone!
The G6 marks an end to LG’s constant experimentation with the G-series line. It was the G2 that introduced rear-mounted controls; the G4 made leather backs a thing; and the G5 jumped on the short-lived modular bandwagon. None of these features were retained on LG’s latest flagship.
And that’s a good thing. The South Korean company finally accepted the fact that the average consumer simply wants a phone that works — free of the need to buy accessories and learn new interface tricks right after buying the handset.
The commercial highlights the edge-to-edge display, water and dust resistance, easy one-handed use, and dual-lens main camera, all of which make the G6 a wonderful phone despite the pending threats it’s about to face.
Want a more personal, less gimmicky take on this LG? Watch our hands-on video right here: