LG G6 mini details emerge in leaked documents

It seems like LG is not yet done with its flagship G-series for this year. The South Korean tech giant is said to be working on a ‘mini’ version of its flagship G6 smartphone, based on a document obtained by TechnoBuffalo website.
The documents suggest that the smartphone will have a design similar to that of the G6, only a smaller size. It’s expected to have a 5.4-inch screen, with the same 18:9 aspect ratio as the G6’s display has.
LG G6 mini (if that actually turns out to be the name), is also said to have screen-to-body ratio of under 80%. For reference, the G6 has a 78.6% screen-to-body ratio.
Although no other information has been mentioned about the rumoured LG G6 mini, it is for sure that the device will come with less-powerful innards. We may see the inclusion of Qualcomm Snapdragon 821 SoC with less RAM and lower screen resolution. Also, the device will probably be aimed at developing markets.
LG launched its G6 in India earlier this month. Priced at Rs 51,990, the metal-clad LG G6 runs Android 7.0 Nougat out-of-the-box with UX 6.0 layer running on top. It sports a ‘unique’ 5.7-inch ‘FullVision’ display that has a resolution of 1440×2880 pixels.
As per LG, the ‘FullVision’ display with expanded top and bottom sections allows users to view more information when surfing the web or reading e-books. It is also the world’s first smartphone to come with Dolby Vision viewing technology. Having Google Assistant, the G6 comes with 64GB of internal storage. It is powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 821 chipset, paired with 4GB of RAM.
For imaging duties, LG G6 comes with a dual-camera setup at the back. Comprising two 13MP sensor modules, the rear camera arrangement is complemented by laser autofocus, triple-axis OIS and LED flash. Users can also shoot 4K resolution videos from the handset. For selfie-lovers, a 5MP front shooter is available with a 100-degree wide angle lens and f/2.2 aperture.
Weighing 163g, the LG G6 is backed by a 3,300mAh battery, which is 500mAh more as compared to last year’s G5.