LG’s more powerful G6+ doubles the storage and adds a high quality DAC

LG’s G6 is one of the best phones you can buy right now, but it faces stiff competition from Samsung’s S8. Now LG is trying to gain an edge over Samsung with a premium version of its flagship, the G6+.

To be clear, the device isn’t any larger than the current G6; the ‘plus’ designation only indicates a couple of new features: The G6+ doubles the storage to 128 GB and adds a premium 32-bit HiFi Quad DAC, as found in the excellent V20. The latter feature was previously available in the Korean version of the G6, but given the V20’s popularity among audiophiles, it’s nice to see LG bringing the high-end DAC to more regions.

Also new are a light blue (Optical Marine Blue) and rose gold (Optical Terra Gold) colors, which use a lenticular film layer for some fancy reflective effects. And though the black color isn’t new, it seems to have been…

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