LG G6 to come with improved Quad DAC and Snapdragon 821 chipset
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In a press release issued today by LG , the South Korean company has confirmed that when the LG G6 will be unveiled on February 26 during MWC and it will come with an improved Quad DAC audio setup.

Introduced in LG V20, a DAC or Digital to Analog Converter is a device which converts digital sounds to analogue signals which then come out of an output device such as headphones. A Quad DAC, however, will help reduce noise and distortions giving an unmatched audio experience.

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According to the press release, the Quad DAC in LG G6 will provide a better stereo output as the module handles the two audio channels separately. Additionally, LG has also worked upon this conversion time and has achieved a significant improvement in the playback time. This allows users to listen to 32 bit Hi-Fi music without any lag. LG also claims that the distortion rate has been brought down to 0.0002% which might as well be negligible to the human ear.

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It is all but confirmed that the LG G6 will be powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 821 unlike some rumours suggesting the presence of Snapdragon 835.

SemiAccurate recently released a picture they took during CES this year. The photograph is of a slide on a screen which shows the LG G6 hardware specifications. The CPU mentioned on the slide is Qualcomm MSM8996AC a.k.a Snapdragon 821.

Through the image, it is also revealed that the LG G6 will feature a 5.7-inch Full Vision display and will be water and dust resistant. The Full vision display by LG is a QHD+ panel with a resolution of 2880x1440 pixels and an aspect ratio of 18:9.

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