LG Rumored To Have Free Gift Promo For G4 Buyers

In an effort to entice consumers to join the LG G4 revolution, LG is rumored to be holding a limited time special promotion for those who purchase an LG G4 device which will see those consumers end up with a few extra goodies that don't normally come with the phone. These "gifts" if you will are said to be an extra battery, a 32GB microSD card, and an additional wall charger that one could use for traveling or to keep at the office so you don't lose the one that came in the box. According to Droid Life the promotion will start on May 22nd and continue through until near the end of next month on June 21st.

Those who are actually interested in this promotion from LG will be able to get a hold of these gifts by ordering the phone through special participating promotional websites, although at this time there is no mention of which sites those may be. Since it's still nearly a week away from the reported start date of this promotion LG may end up announcing it once they're closer to the date, so this is something to keep your eyes open for if you were considering an LG G4 for a new phone.

Other details are unfortunately just as scarce as where users can actually place their orders, like carrier compatibility, or whether or not it will be available in other regions besides the U.S., and whether or not it will apply to all models of the LG G4. Presumably the promo should allow for customers to purchase the LG G4 to be compatible with the carrier of their choice, and likely it would include any of the models available to those carriers. The LG G4 comes equipped with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 808 hexa-core processor with 3GB of RAM, and comes with a 5.5-inch Quad HD Quantum IPS display, a new slim arc design, and the option for genuine leather backs. If you're wondering about when the LG G4 will be officially available in stores, according to a T-Mobile tweet from earlier today it will land in stores from June 2nd, which is quite a bit faster than the release of the LG G3 from last year.

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