LG to Give Up Modular Design for LG G6?

It has been quite a while that we have been receiving news and updates regarding the upcoming flagship device from LG. It is expected that the LG G6 is going to come out during the Mobile World Congress 2017 and reports have suggested that the smartphone making brand is going to give up the modular design for this upcoming flagship device.

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LG is all set to give up modular design for the LG G6

It has been reported in The Wall Street Journal that the LG G6 is going to give away their modular design and instead of that the manufacturers are trying to focus on the other aspects of the smartphone. The modular design of LG has played a crucial role in the rise of the sale of their smartphones. And hence, this news that LG is going to give up the modular design comes as a real surprise for all the tech followers who have kept an eye on all the developments regarding the latest upcoming flagship device from LG.

As stated above the Seoul-based smartphone making brand is going to shift the focus to enhancing the specs and features in the LG G6 instead of concentrating on the modular design. It has been reported earlier that the upcoming flagship device from LG is going to come out during the MWC 2017 with the Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor which has been recently unveiled by its developer. Other than that, reports have come in that LG G6 is going to come out with better camera features, which is one of the aspects LG should look into in order to establish themselves in the world of smartphones ruled by the likes of Apple and Samsung.

However, everything is still in a state of speculation and it seems that LG G6 is going to be much better than its predecessors. LG would be eager to make a bigger impact in the market and concentrating on better configurations rather than a modular design sounds to be better option for LG. it will definitely bring LG at par with the Apple and Samsung who are waiting in the pipeline to release new updated flagship devices in the course of the year 2017.

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