LG’s smartphone arm is having a tough year so far, as its G6 (Review) flagship smartphone has’t been a runaway success. Despite it being a very good smartphone, the company has failed to translate that into good sales. In addition to the premium tier, LG hasn’t had any breakout hits with its budget or mainstream offerings either. Now, with its new Q series, LG is hoping to attack the mainstream market with features trickled down from the G6. The big highlight of its first offering is the taller FullVision display.
LG launched three variants of the Q6 with different amounts of RAM in early July, and India has received the Q6 with 3GB of RAM. The smartphone is priced very attractively under Rs. 15,000, which LG hopes will attract value-conscious buyers who want to stand out.