You Can Know Pick Up The LG G3 On Verizon In Luscious Red

LG G3 is perhaps the most powerful smartphone on the market. It is usually available in black and white colors, but Verizon now partnered with LG and released a rather striking Red version of the device. The phone might look like it is made out of metal, but that unfortunately isn't the case. It is only polished in the way to look like it has the metal skin. That is the case for all colors. It is available for $29.99 with a 2 year contract and you also get the LG G Pad tablet for free. It is also available on Verizon EDGE for $24.99 or for $599.99 without any contract. The free LG G Pad isn't included in this options.

LG G3 has one of the best screens on the market. It is 5.5'' Quad HD display with Gorilla Glass 3 Protection. 13MP camera is fitted on the back and features a laser auto-focusing. The laser measures the distance between you and the subject you want to capture so it produces a really sharp picture. 4G connection is also available with the LG G3. You'll also enjoy VoLTE or Advance Calling 1.0 as Verizon calls its service. The service transfers an HD voice through the LTE network providing clearer phone and video conversations. Android KitKat is still the official OS for the smartphone, but Lollipop is allegedly just around the corner. LG already confirmed the update is coming soon but no word of whether it is arriving in 2014 or not.

So what do you think of the newest color edition of the LG G3? If you had not been swayed by the specs of the device before then maybe the new and alluring red color will be enough to persuade you. If you need to know more about the LG G3 then you should check out our review of the device. If you are already currently an LG G 3 owner then what do you think of the new color? Jealous much? Whatever your thought on the LG G3 or the new color then make sure to leave a comment below or on our Google+ page. If you are already sold then just click the source link below to head over to Verizon and place your order.

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Matt Seslar

I had my first taste of Android with a tablet back in 2011 and got the Samsung Galaxy S3 in 2012 . Currently I'm rocking HTC One Mini 2 LTE. When I'm not on my phone testing apps, texting,replying to e-mails... you'll probably find me in a gym.
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