LG announced its latest device LG G3 last month through a live stream from UK, which garnered appreciation and support, but the release date in the US is still awaited. Four major US carriers announced the sale of the device in summer 2014—AT&T, Sprint, Verizon and T-Mobile—but not the prices for their new smartphones.
If reports by Android Origin are to be believed, LG G3 will be available to the consumers in the US on the July 10. The report is based on a contest by T-Mobile, through which the carrier is doling out the free beta version of the device that will be available in 17 countries, every day until June 29.
LG G3 has been available in South Korea since May 28. Even in UK, Carphone Warehouse will soon be taking preorders this month for the highly anticipated device, which will be shipping next month. The device could be available in UK at a cost of £499, as per UK Clove. The handset has also arrived in Australia at AU$799. Also, the Korean version is available for sale at $800–$950 on eBay.
The handset will be available in two different models, one being a 16GB model with 2GB of RAM and the other being a 32GB model with 3GB of RAM. It has been confirmed that T-Mobile will be offering the 3GB RAM model with 32GB internal storage and not the second version of LG G3 with 2GB RAM and 16GB of internal storage, with an expected price falling between $650 and $700.
Sprint has featured an exclusive LG G3 on its website, sporting a metallic Shine Gold cover that is to be available in July. It has not disclosed the official price, yet as per sources, the retail price will differ from T-Mobile, with $600 being the probable price.
The well-thought of device that has been manufactured by LG has resolved the snags of G2 such as slow charging, lag or stuttering, GPS malfunction and mobile connection errors.