LG G4 is the upcoming flagship smartphone from the Korean Electronics which should see the launch date by the end of this month, April 28. Today, a new LG G4’s teaser video uploaded, which the clip points the device’s next generation 5.5-inch QHD IPS Quantum display. More about it are detailed below, alongside the sign up page for India to test drive LG G4 in the country.
Developed by LG Display, the brand new component with 120% color gamut was introduced earlier this month, as its contrast ratio and brightness are higher than those of conventional Quad HD LCD panels by 50 percent and 30% respectively.
Press images of LG G4 brings with it official details, which is the successor to the G3 – debuts later this month, April 28.
Now that LG India has launched a new promo campaign today – #TryLgG4. Generally it will be giving away new LG G4 to selected people for 30 days worth of beta testing. Those who want to participate in shaping the final stages of the LG G4 are purely welcomed.
“A smartphone doesn’t solve its purpose if it tops all the speed and benchmark tests but fails to satisfy the consumer needs. Realizing this, LG India is bringing this exciting and unique way to get our most important mobile product of the year, the LG G4, close to the consumers. I hope that the consumers like this offering by LG and participate in large numbers in this program.”
Are you living in India and want to try it out, or interested in getting the LG G4 hands-on ahead of its launch, then, here’s the chance to go by. Sign up on this website right away.
Indeed, there are ways to increase your chance of winning by just spreading the word across the social hubs as well. Apart this, we got nothing more than that, about the promotional campaign, and if happens, you can also be able to purchase the LG G4 with a discounted price after the trail period ends or what if accidentally break it.
Premiere on April 28, while the winners of the #TryLGG4 campaign will be selected on May 8. You can apply for the program until May 5, LG has already kicked off the official teasers for the G4, showcased above.