The LG G4 is making its way to US stores! The phone that has clearly won Tim over, will be available starting tomorrow from T-Mobile’s online store before arriving in stores on June 3. Priced at $0 down with monthly payments of $24.99, you are looking at a $600 investment that will be well worth it. This is a fantastic phone, easily up there in terms of overall package with the Galaxy S6. (more…)
Posted up on Best Buy’s website, when you pre-order the upcoming LG G4, you shall receive a $100 gift card to spend on whatever you would like.
In order to be eligible, it appears you need to sign up on a new two-year agreement for the device, or be eligible for an upgrade, but as of right now, there are no carrier restrictions. You can pre-order on Verizon, Sprint, or AT&T and still receive the gift card. For those who were intending to purchase the device outright, we can’t yet confirm if you will receive the gift card. (more…)
A week ago, we told you to expect a sweet little bundle of goodies should you decide to buy an LG G4. That bundle, according to our exclusive report, would include a free 32GB microSD card, extra 3,000mAh battery, and battery charging cradle. This morning, Sprint confirmed the bundle, while also announcing that their variant of the G4 would be available June 5. (more…)
We still don’t have an official launch date for the LG G4 here in the States, but that won’t stop us from continuing to talk about it, and the features it brings to buyers. Because of this, once your shiny new toy finally arrives on your porch, you should be able to open the box up, and know everything you need to know.
In case you missed our complete G4 review, be sure to check that out, but we also now have a 25+ Tips and Tricks video for you to consume. This video goes over software features on the device, what you can do to customize the phone, and so much more. LG baked a ton of little tweaks into the G4, so if you were planning to pick one up, definitely give it a watch. (more…)
The LG G Pad 8.3 LTE on Verizon is the newest device to receive an update to Android 5.0.2 Lollipop. The update will rollout as version VK81035A, for those keeping track.
After the update, device owners will get a lot of the fun that Google introduced with this new version of Android, including new navigation buttons, lock screen notifications, Smart Lock (trusted Bluetooth devices, locations, etc.), search in the Settings panel, floating action buttons galore, screen pinning of apps, and multi-user accounts.
It’s a big update, so make sure you have plenty of battery before attempting to install. (more…)