In case you haven’t read our review, here are 4 reasons to consider getting LG’s latest and greatest smartphone as your next upgrade.
Imagine the amazing impromptu photographs you could capture if your smartphone had an F1.8 aperture lens, a manual setting that allowed you to adjust your shutter speed, ISO, white balance and focus. And to sweeten the deal, it also allowed you to save your images in RAW format.
Yup, all possible with the G4.
The front of the G4 isn’t terribly exciting. It’s not ugly, but the changes that are noticeable are minor changes from last year’s G3. The phone is slightly more angular and the display is ever so slightly curved.
The rear of the device though is what everyone is going to be talking about. Available in either black, tan or burgundy leather (or metallic looking plastic backs for those not into leather), heads will most definitely turn when you pull out your phone in public.
A Quad HD IPS Quantum Display, Snapdragon 808 processor, removable back (and removable 3000 mAh battery), 32GB built in storage + expandable memory and 100GB free Google Drive storage for 2 years.
With all these high end features that you’d expect from a flagship phone, you’re probably also expecting quite a hefty price tag, after all, that’s what other handset manufacturers are doing.
On pre-paid, you can expect to pay approximately R9 500 for the G4 which is considerably less expensive than what other high-end handsets will cost.