LG is here to compete with the likes of Samsung Galaxy S6 and HTC One M9 with their latest flagship smartphone, the LG G4. This time, the South Korean company has mostly focused on the camera to give all the latest popular camera smartphones a run for their money. Continue reading to learn more about the LG G4 release date South Africa, specs and more.
Before we go into the full review of the upcoming LG G4, let’s take a look at the price tag first. The pricing details are not completely available officially at the moment. However, the basic version with a plastic back cover is expected to be available for 8900 R while the other version with leather back is expected to cost around 9400 R. It is possible that the price will be slightly higher than the expected price during the first week of its release.
Just like the LG G3, the latest LG flagship smartphone features a 5.5-inch IPS LCD screen showing 2560 x 1440 pixels and 538 ppi of pixel density. However, it’s expected to show wider color range and brighter display in its IPS Quantum Display according to LG. The display is protected by Corning Gorilla Glass 3 and covers about 73% of the body. The smartphone will be available in multiple colors including gold, grey, white and black once the LG G4 release date South Africa is here. If you are looking for smartphones with better camera, you can also think about checking the Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge or iPhone 6 Plus.
The LG G4 is packing a Snapdragon 808 processor that comes with six-core and is accompanied by 3GB of RAM. While this doesn’t sound good compared to the G Flex 2’s octa-core processor, it’s expected to show better performance in the phone’s display, camera and imaging. Users get 32GB of built-in storage which can be expanded to up to 128GB using the microSD card slot. The phone will be running Android Lollipop 5.1 with a touch of LG Optimus UX 4.0 UI. For those who are satisfied with the LG G4 South Africa price and processor can definitely think about checking out the phone. There is also the HTC One M9 and Motorola Nexus 6 that are quite popular for offering great performance.
This is where the LG G4 truly shines. The smartphone offers a rear camera that can beat all the popular camera smartphones we have seen so far. The camera comes packed with the f/1.8 lens which is slightly brighter than the Samsung S6 as well. This is definitely a notable feature if you are waiting for this flagship device and are satisfied with the LG G4 South Africa price. The front camera is also an 8-megapixel one now which means clear and great selfies. There are no changes in the battery size compared to its predecessor, which is a 3000mAh one. However, users get the quick charging technology to make up for that. There is also the Lenovo Vibe P1 Pro that you can check out for bigger battery.
The LG G4 is already available in South Korea. However, the international release date is expected sometimes in June, 2015.
Things we loved about the latest LG flagship device:
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The LG G4 is expected to be unveiled in May or June to avoid any clash with rival products. The company doesn’t follow any specific launch cycle like most of the other companies so we have to wait for an official announcement for now. However, we believe it won’t show up before May, 2015 and the LG G4 release date South Africa will be announced after that. The price tag is expected to be ranging from $600 to $ R 9500 . The LG G4 South Africa price will be about 2200-2600AED or SAR (~5200EGP).
LG has managed to make a strong hold in the Android smartphone market for quite a while now. Their recently released flagship device, the LG G3, has managed to win the hearts of everyone who has used the smartphone. However, the rumor mill has already started to give us info on what to expect in LG’s upcoming flagship device, the LG G4. Continue reading to learn more about the rumors of the LG G4 price South Africa, specs, release date and more.
The upcoming flagship device from LG rumored to feature an improved display. Some reports suggest that it will be featuring a 4K resolution while some reports suggest that the screen will be featuring a 2K display. However, it’s safe to say that we can expect to see a better display with less bezels surrounding the screen. There is also a possibility that it might follow the Sharp’s Aquos Crystal and come up with something completely bezel-less. The TrueHD-IPS display we saw in the LG G3 is quite attractive so it will be interesting to see how the improved display looks.
According to some reports, the G4 will be packing a 20.7-megapixel rear camera which is quite a big jump from its predecessor. However, there is another claim that believes the camera will be ranging from 15-megapixel to 17-megapixel. The LG G4 is expected to sport a 5.9-inch display or the same 5.5-inch display. There were rumors about the iPhone 6S/ iPhone 7 to feature the Corning’s Gorilla Glass 4 and the LG G4 is expected to follow the same path. The flexible display is also expected to be included in the flagship device with a mix.
The LG G4 is believed to be sporting Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 808 or a pair of Snapdragon 810 processor. It is safe to say that the smartphone will be running Android 5.0 Lollipop out-of-the-box. The LG G3 featured a 2GB/3GB of RAM so the upcoming smartphone will be definitely packing 3GB/4GB of RAM if not more. Other notable features are optional 32GB/64GB built-in memory and microSD card slot for expanding memory to up to 128GB.
The LG G4 is expected to be unveiled in May or June to avoid any clash with rival products. The company doesn’t follow any specific launch cycle like most of the other companies so we have to wait for an official announcement for now. However, we believe it won’t show up before May, 2015 and the LG G4 release date South Africa will be announced after that. The price tag is expected to be ranging from $600 to $ R 9500 . The LG G4 South Africa price will be equivalent to the $600-$ R 9500 price tag.
Things we are looking forward to see in the upcoming device:
Things that should be improved in the upcoming device:
That’s all the rumor mill has to offer at the moment. The smartphone won’t show up before May, 2015 so make sure you take all these rumors with a grain of salt.