South Korean manufacturer LG launched new variants for two smartphones, the LG G6 and the LG Q6. LG G6, which was launched in March last year, gets the Moroccan Blue and Lavender Violet variants, and the Q6, which was launched later in July last year, gets the same previously mentioned variants along with a third Raspberry color, previously available for the LG V30.
The company announced it in a press release earlier today, stating that the new colors would land in their home country in February, followed by other key markets worldwide. The smartphone industry is dominated by black, silver, white, and gold colors, and LG says the beautiful Blue buildings of Chefchaouen in Morocco inspired the Blue Colour. In contrast, the Violet color was developed to appeal to men and women who appreciate the finer things in their lives.
While the new color choices were pretty good, their smartphone choices were terrible. The LG G6 didn’t sell much, and the Q6 was not the device LG could brag about. Also, the LG G6 successor is slated to arrive soon, where the new color investment would have worked pretty well. The new color shades are impressive and a gift to those still planning to buy these smartphones. The LG Q6 is currently a mid-range smartphone priced at Rs 12,990, while the LG G6 is a premium mid-range smartphone with a price tag of Rs 29,990. The new variants will carry the same specs as the regular ones.