New Phone Color Variants: Will it Be Enough to Save LG?


Moroccan Blue, Lavender Violet and Raspberry Rose, the new colors of LG

We haven’t heard from LG for a while now after the release of its flagship last year, which is the LG G6. Now, the company released two new different colors for LG G6, the Moroccan Blue and Lavender Violet. While its midrange LG Q6 will also get the Raspberry Rose. It’s like two girls having a makeover.

This very chic style and pretty colors from LG is the most recent update and release from the company. But these are only for the same models launched last year. Unlike its competitors, Apple, Samsung, Huawei, these companies are releasing new units every year. Upgrading from the latest specs to the other and giving each one a competition.

This recent update from LG is not even an assurance if the company will get back on track in terms of the mobile industry. Other mobile companies are having a competition regarding the specs, especially the mobile’s speed performance. But LG might have been left behind because of its crisis on the phone’s capability.

Some are excited, especially LG’s loyal consumers, and are also expecting to hear from the company a new phone model.

Rumors suggest that the company is preparing for the release of the G7. But LG said they will only launch a new model “when it is needed” and not just because of the schedule and tradition.

According to CNET, LG said regarding the rumored G7, “Preparations for the successor to the G6 are on schedule. LG intends to focus on creating products that will result in meaningful results rather than launching new products on a schedule based solely on industry expectations and traditions. The release date for G7 is currently under consideration and will be announced when the time is right.”

These limited edition LG G6 and Q6 in special colors will be available this February in Korea only but will be then available in other global markets.
For the meantime, let’s enjoy these new vibrant colors while waiting for LG’s new flagship this year.