Today (or tonight, rather) is the day we learn everything we don't already know. The new phone — with a new screen size, which will be taller than we're used to seeing — will be introduced to the world at Mobile World Congress 2017 in Barcelona in a few short hours.
We already know that LG is going to be unveiling the G6 at MWC 2017, and we already know plenty about the phone itself — its 18:9 screen ratio, its non-modular design, its dual cameras and rear fingerprint reader. Anything more than that is going to have to be pretty interesting to make our ears perk up at this point.
The livestream above will kick off at 12PM Barcelona time, which is 10PM here back in Sydney (10PM AEDT on the 26th, to be super-specific). You can view the conference and announcement using YouTube above, or view the video directly on YouTube here, or check in to Facebook for an alternative stream. [YouTube / Facebook]
It's almost the eve of LG's big announcement at Mobile World Congress, where Samsung's perpetual rival will unveil the G6. a phone that will be a lot more conventional than the modular G5 in a lot of ways, but that will have a few major departures in form and function. Before its official announcement, here's what we already know.
LG has sent out save-the-dates for its next smartphone unveiling, and it looks to be an interesting one. The new LG G6 will be launched on February 26th in Barcelona, the day before Mobile World Congress kicks off. This is traditionally "Samsung day," and there's already a Huawei launch in for the same date.