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Pro Can be used comfortably even though it has a relatively large screen
The LG G6 has a 5.7" QHD display, yet its overall size is smaller than the Galaxy S7 Edge, and significantly smaller than the iPhone 7 Plus, both of which have 5.5" screens. This means that you get a bigger display with a more manageable form factor which makes it easy to use even with one hand.
Pro Great screen ratio for multitasking
Like the Galaxy S8, the LG G6 has a taller display than most phones: most have a 16:9 aspect ratio, the S8 has an 18.5:9, and the G6 has an 18:9, or 2:1. This is fantastic for Android's newer multitasking features, as well as just general use. The vast majority of apps support this new display, so you should have no problems with that.
Pro The camera is capable of taking very high-quality pictures
Along with the iPhone 7 Plus and OnePlus 5, the LG G6 sports dual cameras, and does a great job of using them to their full potential.
Pro Light UI
The UI of the G6 isn't completely stock, but unlike many like HTC and Samsung, the interface still feels a lot like stock Android. It still feels unique, and a few nice features are added, but it doesn't depart too far from the Android experience.
Con Weak audio capabilities
Built-in audio is a weak point of this phone; while it does have a headphone jack, the built-in speaker is mediocre so you'll definitely want some earbuds or headphones.
Con Not all features available in all markets
The LG G6 has market exclusives. The American version comes equipped with wireless charging, however other models get a 32-bit high quality DAC.
Con Battery might not last a full day
The G6 has an always-on display even though it's IPS, and this (along with its 3300mAh battery) makes the phone's battery life kinda disappointing.
Con Rounded display
This phone literally cuts corners in that the G6's display isn't completely rectangular.