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LG G6 video teaser confirms waterproof design

LG has confirmed the upcoming LG G6 will be waterproof, meaning you can take it for a dip this summer.

In yet another ‘leak’ in advance of its debut at MWC, a short video confirms the G6 will getting waterproofing as standard.

We already knew that the device was almost certainly going to be water-friendly thanks to a leak earlier in the day showing off the LG G6’s full-metal shell.

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However, what still isn’t clear is the level of water resistance present and it’s predicted that it will be at least IP67-certified, thus offering a similar level of protection to the iPhone 7.

In recent weeks LG has revealed almost everything about the upcoming Android 7.0 Nougat smartphone in a series of video teasers and ‘leaks’.

Everything from an impressive 5.7-inch QHD+ Full Vision display and improved UX, to a fingerprint scanner and camera have been leaked by the company.

That’s in addition to the rumour mill that has detailed a pair of dual cameras, a large 3,200mAh battery, 4GB of RAM and a Snapdragon 821 chip to underpin it all.

The LG G6 will be officially unveiled on February 26 at MWC 2017, when any remaining details will be released.

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