LG’s latest flagship smartphone, the LG G6 was unveiled at the Mobile World Congress 2017 event in Barcelona in late February. The launch of the phone was awaited for a very long time, and when it did come out, it was quite a good phone. It was appreciated by many users, and the early interest, as well as the numbers are good. Over 30,000 phones have been sold, while over 80,000 units have been pre-ordered. The company has now introduced a new offer in the US where users would get a free Google Home on the purchase of the LG G6.
The Google Home was launched in the October of last year and has since been Google’s response to the Amazon Echo. The Google Home runs on the Google Assistant. Talking about the assistant, the LG G6 was the first non-Pixel device to feature the Google Assistant (before it was made available for all users running Marshmallow and above). Google and LG have a long history together. The two have worked on multiple smartphones like the Nexus 5 and Nexus 5X. The LG V20 was the first ever smartphone to release with the Android Nougat OS, and now LG G6 customers will be getting the Google Home for free!
Those interested in pre-ordering the LG G6 would need to register at this promo website from LG. As of now no details have been revealed as to how to claim the LG G6, but they are likely to be announced once the phone comes out.
In all likelihood, users would need to enter their purchase details (proof of purchase), and wait for a couple of weeks till they get their Google Home. The Google Home costs $129 if bought separately. It is indeed quite a generous discount, as well as a great device to try out. The deal is valid only for the US based customers.