Spigen sent me their new line of cases for the LG G6. As someone who has used Spigen cases for the last few years, I have grown to really like their cases as their designs are sleek to the eyes along with excellent protection at reasonable prices. These cases are extremely well-built and provide excellent protection for your LG G6. I have saved a ton of money every time I drop my phone and have yet to break a screen with these cases. My favorite are the Liquid Crystal and the Slim Armor cases.
Although I am not a fan of budget Android smartphones, the Alcatel A5 caught my eye at MWC 2017 as it is a budget Android smartphone with modular features like LED back cover, speaker module, and extended battery module. It should be available for $199 soon.
LG G6 is IP68 certified and in this freeze test, we freeze the phone for near 24 hours to see if it can survive to see how well its waterproofing works. We have seen that the Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge survived our freeze test before so if LG G6 is just as good, it should be able to easily survive this test.
While LG’s new bezel-less LG G6 impressed me this week and a bunch of other cool Android smartphone launched, I stumbled onto the coolest Android device I have seen at MWC 2017, which I certainly is the best Android device of MWC 2017. Actually, my friend Ash Taylor(YouTuber) advised me to check it out upon which I was AMAZED.
Probably the biggest smartphone launch worth mentioning at MWC 2017 is LG’s latest LG G6, which is an extra-wide screen smartphone with an aspect ratio of 18:9. While Samsung has decided to skip MWC for their Galaxy S8 launch, LG has pushed through with their latest and best smartphone that may help them grab the top position for smartphone king.