The LG G6 is all set to be announced at MWC 2017 next month, but a new report from ETNews suggests that the smartphone will launch only a couple weeks after.
The publication, citing its source as an LG exec, says that the LG G6 will definitely be at MWC 2017 this year. A sale date was, of course, not given, but the publication suggests that we’ll see it launch in South Korea on March 10, only a couple weeks after its announcement.
This would follow along with previous rumors we’ve heard, with LG wanting to get its flagship on store shelves before Samsung could with its own.
When consumes will actually be able to buy the handset is a confusing question. As Droid-Life itself pointed out, the V20 launched in South Korea very quickly, but didn’t become available in the US for over a month after that. In other words, it’s tough to say what’ll happen; however, we hope LG will have this phone ready-to-go for consumers as soon as possible.
After all, the LG G6 will have some neat technology in it. After ditching modules and putting a focus on aesthetics and usability, we may get the most premium handset from LG yet.