The huge display on the front is complemented by a large battery, water-resistant chassis and new interface - and you can see all those new features in great depth in our hands on: LG G6 review.But if you just want to see what's new, we've rounded up all the information you need to know right now, right here.
The LG G6 packs a 5.7-inch, Full Vision QHD screen with an ultra-wide 18:9 aspect ratio.
That means you'll get a screen resolution of 1440 x 2880, and a pixel density of 564 pixels per inch.
Dimensions: 148.8 x 72.3 x 8.3mm OS: Android 7 Nougat Screen size: 5.7-inch with 18:9 aspect ratio Resolution: 1440 x 2880 (QHD )CPU: Snapdragon 821Battery: Non-removable, 3200m Ah Rear camera: dual-lens - Fingerprint scanner - Wireless charging - Headphone jack in Barcelona.
We're expecting a March 9/10 LG G6 release date for the South Korean market, with Europe and the US following suit in early April.
The silver lining is that the LG G5 dropped in price pretty quickly, so if you're patient you may be able to get yourself a better deal if you wait a couple of months.
One of the most obvious changes to the LG G6 from the G5 is the lack of modular design, but instead we get a sleek and sophisticated-looking handset.
We wouldn't be surprised if the price is raised to accommodate that new screen though.
Indeed, a recent rumor suggests LG will hike the retail price by around (around £40, AU) because of all the extra tech the firm is packing into the G6.
The fingerprint sensor and power button combo is on the rear of the phone, landing right under the index finger - it's easy to find and feels like a nice move from LG.
Overall, this is a premium-looking phone that'll put LG in the same conversation as Samsung and Apple - and that's exactly what the brand will have been looking to do.
In comparison, the 5.5-inch i Phone 7 Plus has a pixel density of 401ppi, while the Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge comes in at 534ppi.