LG Starts the Trial Program for the G4 in the US

Before the LG G4 was even announced, LG had announced that it would allow a number of users - around 100 - to get early access to the device to try it out. And after that trial period is over they can either send the device back to LG, or buy it for a discounted price. Last week, the trial started in the UK, and now it looks like it's the US turn. Now you don't have to be on a specific carrier, in fact that's one of the questions in the questionnaire. Just hit the source link below and fill out the questionnaire and you'll be entered for a chance to trial the LG G4 before anyone else.

LG really thinks they have something special here with the LG G4, and we're inclined to agree with them. The LG G4 doesn't have the overheating issues that some other flagships have. Neither does it have battery life issues. The LG G4 has a 5.5-inch QHD 2560x1440 resolution Quantum IPS display, Qualcomm's Snapdragon 808 processor along with 3GB of RAM, 32GB of storage and a microSD card slot. There's also a 16MP camera around back which has laser auto-focus, a color spectrum sensor, and flash for taking some pretty amazing photos. The camera also has f 1.8 to allow even more light in than most other smartphone cameras. There's also a 3,000mAh removable battery inside.

We've been using the LG G4 for about a week now, and absolutely love the device so far. And we'll have our full review up pretty soon. If you're one that can't wait to get your hands on LG's latest, then make sure you enter for a chance in the LG G4 Trial. It's going to be a pretty big deal, and one I think a lot of people are going to enter. While you don't get to keep the device, for free, it is nice to be able to trial out new devices before they are available to everyone else. The LG G4 should be hitting store shelves sometime either late May or early June. Depending on the region.

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