LG’s latest flagship, the G6 may only have been on the market for a matter of months, but the South Korean firm is already releasing a version with updated hardware. LG has announced a new version of its current flagship, the G6+, which will bring with it a host of new hardware upgrades and some aesthetic changes too.
According to the Verge, the recently unveiled G6+ isn’t fundamentally all that different to the current G6 on the market, however, it does provide a few key noticeable upgrades. For a start, it will come packaged with a bumped up 128GB of storage, whereas the original G6 was only available with either 32GB or 64GB capacity. LG will likely be hoping that increasing the G6’s storage will allow it to better compete with the iPhone 7 and Samsung Galaxy S8, which both offer larger storage capacities than LG currently does.