The LG G6 has thin bezels surrounding the 5.7-inch display
All three smartphones use USB-C connectivity
The chin of the LG G6 is relatively thin but not as thin as the S8+
The OnePlus 3T has the largest chin as it houses the fingerprint and the back and multitasking buttons
The Galaxy S8+ has the thinnest chin. Samsung has hidden the home button behind the display. The tech is similar to what we have seen with Force Touch on the iPhone 7
The LG G6 houses a mono speaker that is next to the USB-C port
The OnePlus 3T houses the headphones jack and the speaker on either side of the USB-C port
The S8+ also has the speaker grill and headphones jack on either side of the USB-C port
The LG G6 houses a dual-13MP rear camera setup. The fingerprint sensor rest below the cameras. The Samsung Galaxy S8+ has the fingerprint sensor next to the camera lens.
The right of the OP3T and the Galaxy S8+ house the power button whereas the power button is integrated with the fingerprint sensor in the LG G6
The right of the G6 has the dual-SIM card slot of which the second slot is a hybrid slot.
The right of the OP3T also has the dual-SIM trey. Unfortunately the smartphone does not support expandable storage
The right of the S8+ is clean with only the power button present
The LG G6 houses the headphones jack on the top whereas the Galaxy S8+ houses the SIM tray at the top.
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