In April, LG had displayed its newest flagship device the G4. Now, this device will hit the market this week. The phone is already on sale in Korea and is expected to come to the Hong Kong market next. Turkey, Singapore and Russia will follow soon after. Over the next month, consumers in North America, most of Europe, Southeast Asia, CIS, South/Central America and Middle East/Africa will be able to buy the LG G4 flagship phone. However, no specific timing has been provided for the consecutive releases.
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What will be LG G4 Like?
According to Juno Cho, the CEO and President of LG Mobile, the G4 is “unlike any other flagship mobile phone on the market today.
A new “quantum display” tech is used by the screen which supposedly reproduces the color in a better way. The camera has also been redesigned and now has a larger sensor. The rear camera is 16-megaixel and the front camera is 8-megapixel. The phone is powered by a 64-bit hexacore CPU Snapdragon 808 processor.
In addition to all these specs, the look of the LG G4 is also amazing. The back is made of hand-crafted leather and there is a slight curve which provides an improved feel to the hand. If you are an Android user, you will love the fact that the productivity apps of Google are pre-installed in it. Chrome is the default browser and there is also Chromecast support.
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Price of LG G4
LG said that the price of the flagship phone will differ globally. Some reports suggest that that the phone will retail for about $600 without any contract. It may cost about $200 as a part of the deal of a US carrier.
This makes its price similar to Samsung’s Galaxy S6. The Galaxy S6 Edge is expensive by $100. If you are thinking of getting an Android phone this year, you can check the LG G4, and the other two from Samsung. Xiaomi only operates in Asia. So, if you consider global operations, these three could be the phones to watch out. However, Apple’s iPhone 6 and iPhone 6+ are also increasingly finding new audiences in China and other parts of Asia, apart from the US market.
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