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How to watch the LG G6 unveiling on Android, Chrome OS, Chromecast [Livestream]


Product announcements are getting on their way at Mobile World Congress, and up next is the phone that could easily go down as the most leaked device of 2017: the LG G6. While we aren’t expecting to learn too much about the handset that we didn’t already know, the livestream for the event starts at 12PM CET (6AM EST) and you can watch it on almost all of your devices…

While the phone hasn’t officially been announced, we have already seen leaked images of the smartphone. From those, we can see that LG is going with a premium build that features an almost bezel-less design, like Samsung’s Galaxy S8 is also expected to do. We also know that the G6 should come running Google Assistant, be water and dust resistant, as well feature dual camera technology similar to what we’ve seen on previous LG hardware.

If you’re interested in watching LG officially unveil the G6, you can watch the YouTube livestream embedded below. The stream can be enjoyed on Android, Chrome OS, Chromecast, Android TV, and any other platform that supports YouTube. The event kicks off at 12PM CET (6AM EST) on Sunday, February 26.

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