One of the most anticipated Android smartphones of 2017 is due to land in Europe next week, with the LG G6 set to launch in 24 countries across the continent on 24 April. The handset will go head-to-head with the Samsung Galaxy S8, which is due to be released just four days later.
The LG G6 will be available in major European markets, including Germany, Italy, France and the United Kingdom. In total, there are currently 33 European mobile networks that have committed to offering the device.
First release of the LG G6 took place on 10 March, when the handset went on sale in the company’s domestic market South Korea.
In Europe the smartphone will sell for €749/£699.
[via Android Authority]