T-Mobile is pulling out all of the stops when it comes to releasing the new LG G4, which promises to be a great seller for LG…and as well as T-Mobile, if they have their way. The new LG G4 will not be available in the brick and mortar stores until Wednesday June 3, but starting tomorrow, Wednesday May 27, you can order online – a whole week before you can walk into a store and purchase the device. This hot new smartphone will cost you $0 down and $24.99 x 24 months or $599.76 and T-Mobile promises to ship your LG G4 before they go on sale in the stores…this means you could be the first ones on T-Mobile’s network to be sporting the new device.
But wait, there’s more! As if you needed an extra incentive, anybody that buys the LG G4 from T-Mobile beginning on Wednesday, June 27, is eligible for a FREE 128GB microSD card for their new device! T-Mobile has partnered with LG to provide a free 128GB memory card, while supplies last. This offer will expire on June 21 2015, while the supplies last and must be redeemed online, in which you will receive your card via the mail in 4-6 weeks. Of course, there is a limit to one per person and per household. The LG G4 comes with a base of only 32GB of built-in flash memory…not too bad, but if you like to store your music and pictures on your device, this 128GB of extra storage will come in very handy.
The LG G4 hands you a powerful camera, both main and front-facing – a great 16MP sensor with a wide aperture of f/1.8, LG’s Laser Autofocus, Optical Image Stabilization (OIS)+ and an LED Flash, as well as a professional Manual Mode, allowing complete manual adjustments for serious photographers that like to manipulate the controls themselves. A huge 8MP FFC for social selfies and video chatting is also on board. The LG G4 certainly begs you to take photos and the 128GB memory card will store those and any videos you decide to keep.
T-Mobile has also partnered with LG to participate in the new hands-on look as part of the LG G4 Preview Tour that will make stops in New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Philadelphia and Seattle over the next week. Check out the details on T-Mobile’s website.