LG G6 Stories June 19

GOOG: 957.37

17.59

With a number of flagships being announced over the coming weeks, LG is beefing up its G6 with an update that adds an “enhanced security option and user-friendlier features.” The company is also announcing a G6+ with more storage, but the same Snapdragon 821 processor.

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LG G6 Stories June 15

GOOG: 942.31

-8.45

Most consumer electronics, including smartphones, come with a limited one-year warranty. LG is stepping it up a notch today by announcing something that it calls the Second Year Promise. Now, instead of your G6 only being covered for a single year, it will be covered by LG for two…

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LG G6 Stories June 9

GOOG: 949.83

-33.58

How to take a screenshot on the LG G6

Knowing how to capture a screenshot is something that all LG G6 owners should know how to do. While LG allows users to capture a screenshot using Android’s default method using the physical power and volume buttons, there is also a way to take one using the G6’s Capture+ software which can be easier to use for some.

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LG G6 Stories May 12

GOOG: 932.22

1.62

Following its debut, the LG G6 has proved to be a pretty solid option in the 2017 market, but it faces stiff competition from Samsung’s Galaxy S8 family. However, LG does have one massive benefit in price, and now, the phone is available factory unlocked in the United States.

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LG G6 Stories May 10

GOOG: 928.78

-3.39

Netflix for Android now supports HDR on the LG G6

HDR has been growing in popularity on the big screen, but with new phones on the market such as the Galaxy S8, Sony’s Xperia XZ Premium, and the LG G6, it’s going mobile too. Arguably the biggest collection of easily-accessible HDR content is on Netflix, and now, the streaming giant is opening support for HDR in its Android app.

LG G6 Stories May 1

GOOG: 912.57

6.61

Last week, YouTuber JerryRigEverything took out his tools and created a drop-dead gorgeous Samsung Galaxy S8 with no coloring on the back. Now, he’s taken another glass-backed Android smartphone and given it the same treatment, the LG G6.

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