LG G6 coming with Snapdragon 821, waterproof design and Quad DAC

Get ready for an improved Quad DAC audio setup in LG G6.  LG G6 is the 2017 flagship smartphone that will feature Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 821 processor, expressed in a press release issued by LG on Monday. This confidential information was extracted from a slide containing the hardware specifications of LG G6. LG’s reasoning for this decision has also been detailed for the first time. The main reason being publicized is the unavailability of Snapdragon 835 before late May.LG-G6-FeaturesThe new-fangled 32-bit, waterproof design Quad DAC will be able to manage the left and right channels separately, resulting in better balanced sound. In addition to this, the augmented circuit integration which further decreases the loss of information and lowers down distortion levels to as low as 0.0002% is another stand out feature of this creation. As the name also suggests, LG’s Quad DAC incorporates four DACs in one chip, ultimately reducing the static noise by 50% and the silicon size by a factor of four.

Reports even state that it seemed as if LG didn’t want to wait for the Snapdragon 835’s availability. It also feels that launching a smartphone weeks after the launch of S8 will lead to diminished sales. All this might have led things go for a toss for LG, but it still has a few tricks up its sleeves. The leaked, confidential slide discloses that LG G6 will have a 5.7-inch full vision display. The display will feature a QHD+ resolution of 2880 x 1440 pixels in addition to an unusual aspect ratio of 2:1. So, if the LG V20 product was the first smartphone to feature the chip, then the G6 shall produce some excellent sound through the headphone jacks. Let us wait for the handset. It is probably going to be released on April 7.

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