LG Electronics. had launched the LG G6 smartphone at the MWC in Barcelona earlier this year. The LG G6 also happened to be the first phone this year launched with the unique near-bezelless display. The smartphone had received much appreciation from the fans as well as critics but the phone got overshadowed by the recently launched Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+. Nonetheless, LG is now planning to launch the LG G6 smartphone in India very soon. The smartphone is expected to be priced little less than the Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+.

According to PhoneRadar, LG will be launching the LG G6 in India on April 24 which is just couple of days away from now. Also worth noting is that PhoneRadar has got information that the LG G6 will be launching at a competitive price of Rs. 51,999. The smartphone may also be launched with a launch discount of Rs. 5000.

LG is also having four launch offers which users can avail. The first one is the cashback offer where customers using HDFC & SBI Credit card or debit card will get cashback upto 7,000 INR. (5,000 INR cashback till 31st May and 2,000 INR till 1st May). The customers buying the LG G6 at launch will also get a 50-percent discount on LG’s Tone Active+ BT Headset worth 9,990 INR. The company will also replace your broken screen within the 6 months of purchase as a launch offer again. And on top of all that, LG is also giving away free games value worth 14,100 INR with the LG G6.

This launch offers from the LG Electronics. to offer the LG G6 at a much competitve price given the many offers available to users, the G6 is surely going to get some headstart from S8 as both the phones are mostly the same in terms of looks as well as specifications.

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