The most recent flagship for LG, the LG G4, has been hitting retailer shelves this morning and as of now AT&T is the latest to put the device up for sale on their website. Any AT&T subscribers who have been waiting to grab this device through the AT&T website can now do so as it was only available for pre-order earlier today. AT&T began pre-orders just at the end of last month on May 29th, and at the time of the announcement about pre-sale information they also confirmed the official pricing for the phone in the variations which AT&T would be carrying.
Customers can expect to grab the device in either the metallic gray with plastic back, or the black genuine leather model if they want something a little different. The device is also available in a number of different payment options beginning with the Next Plan option where qualifying customers make monthly payments over a series of 30 months at $21 each. That will end up amounting to a total cost of $629.00 at the end of those payments. There’s also a Next plan option for those who want to cut those payments down to a 24-month or 20-month period making those monthly payments $26.25 and $31.50 respectively. All of those options come with a $0 down payment. Customers can also choose the Next 12 plan with down payment, which requires 30% of the device cost paid down set at a price of $189.00. The remaining amount is spread over a period of 28 months at $15.75 each month along with the regular bill costs. The last two options are for customers who want to pick the phone up on a two-year contract, making the device $199.99 at the time of purchase, or customers can just buy the device outright with no commitment to a two-year agreement or monthly payments and pay the total $629.99 up front.
The LG G4 comes equipped with a 5.5-inch Quantum IPS display sporting 2k resolution, and features LG’s gently curved design which they refer to as a “slim arc” to make the device more comfortable to hold. A real focus for the LG G4 is on the camera quality, as it comes with a 16MP rear-facing camera with OIS and an f1.8 aperture for better low-light shots, and an 8MP front-facing camera for better selfie shots. It’s powered by a Snapdragon 808 processor and a 3000mAh battery for longevity during the day. As opposed to grabbing this through the AT&T website you can now also grab the phone from Amazon.
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