With LG’s sales not seeing the stellar heights of its major South Korean competitor, can LG’s budget smartphone with 18:9 aspect ratio screen finally break the mould and go bigger than Ben Hur?
Ok, so the new LG Q6 “only” has a 5.5-inch screen, but it does have the 18:9 aspect ratio, it’s $1100 cheaper than the Note8 at $399, and while there’s no stylus, it’s in JB Hi-Fi stores from today.
A third-party replacement screen on a smartphone could serve as an entry point for an attacker, with impersonation or compromise of a user, or compromise of the device itself being possible.
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