LG's latest flagship, the G4 will be arriving in the U.S. market early next month. While, the global rollout starts this week beginning with Hong Kong.
LG has officially announced that it’ll start selling its newest flagship – the LG G4 globally starting this week. And going by a listing on a dedicated sign up page on Verizon’s official website, the smartphone could arrive in the U.S as early as June 4 next month, according to the date shown on the device’s lockscreen. Though, this cannot be deemed as the launch date, but it is certainly a possibility. Interested customers can now sign-up on the page and leave their email address to get more details on its exact availability.
Meanwhile, T-Mobile is the only carrier who has revealed the launch date of the LG G4. In a tweet sent out from the carrier’s promotional Twitter account, June 2 was mentioned for the launch of the flagship.
The LG G4 gets a 5.5-inch LCD panel with a resolution of 2560 x 1440 pixels, which amounts to a staggering pixel density of 538ppi. Powering the smartphone would be a Snapdragon 808 SoC hexa-core chipset clocked at 1.8Ghz, which further complimented by a Adreno 418 GPU and 3GB of RAM. The device comes with 32GB of expandable memory, while optics on the LG G4 includes a 16MP rear camera with OIS, along with an 8MP selfie cam. It comes with the latest Android 5.1 Lollipop pre-installed while juicing up the smartphone would be a 300mAh battery.
T-Mobile is already on nationwide promotional tour for the LG G4, while other carriers including AT&T, Sprint and US Cellular have also said that they would have the flagship in stores next month. In addition, the U.S. buyers of the LG G4 will be entitled to a spare battery unit, an extra wall charger along with a 32GB microSD card.
The global rollout of the device was announced by LG yesterday, and the device will be initially available in Hong Kong, Turkey, Russian, and Singapore. LG has announced the pricing of the smartphone will vary, depending on the carrier and the market.