LG are now primed and ready to compete with Apple and Samsung for smartphone supremacy with their G4, set to land in Australia in mid-July.
Looking to separate themselves from the pack, the LG G4 stands alone with its gently curved frame and leather casing. While other brands battle it out for the most streamline design, the G4 has been given a slight bend that lets it sit in your hand better than its competitors. The optional full-grain leather version is a first among smart phones and gives the G4 a smart finish. Coming in tanned brown and full black leather options, having to pay further cash for a third party case is now other phone holders problems.
Meanwhile, the rear camera is the first in Australia to offer 16 mega pixels with an F1.8 lens. On top of this, a groundbreaking manual mode lets the user control shutter speed, aperture and white balance.
Extra features include a smart battery manager that alerts the user what function or app is causing the battery to drain most. Also, you’ll have the option to swap your dead battery for a full one without having to stop to recharge.
The event pocket add on lets you copy and paste from apps such as Facebook, while the smart gallery provides a time-based quick search to save you from endless scrolling to look for a specific picture.
For all the extra features, cost and release information, check out the LG website for more details.