April 29th Set As Release Date For LG G4 In Korea

Posted: Apr 21 2015, 5:13am CDT | by , in Technology News


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April 29th set as release date for LG G4 in Korea
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LG has announced some pretty amazing deals which give more incentives to purchase the G4

April 29th has been confirmed as the launch date for the LG G4, as reported by LG. Not so surprisingly, the phone is first going to be released in its home country Korea at the company’s official event. The phones will start appearing on the shelves for sale by the next day. This may or may not be the release date all over the world but nothing of this nature has been confirmed by LG itself. Not to disappoint you or anything, but it remains a hard faced truth that international releases usually vary depending on the carrier agreements and tons of other factors.

LG is keeping things quite interesting in Korea and they recently announced their offer to replace the display absolutely free of cost in case it breaks down in the first year. The offer was announced through the LG Social post and those who couldn’t understand the language misread the detail and thought that the expiration date of this offer was the release date for the LG G4.

As if this isn’t enough of an incentive to get you going for an LG G4 purchase then wait right here because LG has another awesome deal which gives you a free 64GB microSD expansion card. Though this deal is only limited to the Korean soil, it does confirm that the phone will have memory expansion. According to the same site, the G4 is equipped with a 16 MP camera which has f/1.8 aperture and a front shooter of 8 MP.

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