LG Electronics (LG) has unveiled its new flagship device, the LG G4 smartphone, in South Africa. It will be in stores by mid-June.
The new LG G4, the successor to LG’s flagship G3 smartphone, was launched this week with a focus on delivering “comfortable elegance”, a great visual experience and a good user experience.
The LG G4 camera features a F1.8 aperture lens, which allows 80 per cent more light to hit the image sensor than in the LG G3. The camera is paired with an IPS Quantum Display, making the phone’s screen easy to view – even in direct sunlight.
LG is living up to its promise of innovation for a better life with a premium smartphone that is more focused on delivering a balanced user experience,” said Deon Prinsloo, General Manager LG Mobile.
The device will retail for around R9 000 and will be available to South Africans by the middle of June.
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