I am not the biggest selfie guy ever, which stems from the dislike of my own schnoz, but there’s no doubt that phones are getting better and better at snapping a user’s face. Not only are the sensors getting better, but with manufacturers like LG creating a lot of custom software to take advantage of these sensors, users can have a lot of fun snapping selfies.
To celebrate National Selfie Day (why am I not surprised this is an actual thing?), we have teamed up with LG to give away a brand new unlocked LG G6. This giveaway is open to US residents only, but beyond that, we’ll make entering very easy for you.
If you missed our review, allow me to catch you up on what the G6 offers in terms of photo taking and software that helps create really fun and unique shots. On the G6 is a 5.7″ 18:9 FullVision display, which can be very handy with apps like LG’s Square Camera. This app has a few different modes to use, such as Match Shot and Guide Shot. With Match Shot, you can take photos or videos with the front and rear facing cameras simultaneously, or align a shot and then connect the two to suit your needs. This can be great for placing your head on your dog’s body or vice versa, or even making cotton candy turn into wisping clouds in the sky. Regardless of the shot you’re picturing in your mind, you can safely assume the G6 can handle it, thanks to its dual rear-facing cameras (13MP wide angle with f2.4 / 125° and 13MP standard with OIS 2.0 and F1.8 / 71°).
Now, onto the fun stuff!
1 (one) US unlocked LG G6.
How to Enter
Below we have two selfies taken on the LG G6 using its Square Camera app. To enter this giveaway, all you need to do is vote on which one you think is better. Kellen’s (A) or Tim’s (B). Once you have determined that, go ahead and vote by commenting below, then make sure to fill out the Rafflecopter widget. This widget is what will allow us to contact the winner and make sure you voted properly. And please, one entry per person.
Kellen (A) vs. Tim (B)
One random entry will be selected on Friday (June 23) at 10AM Pacific (1PM Eastern).