AT&T is the last major U.S. carrier to announce its LG G4 launch plans. Customers will be able to order the smartphone on May 29 at 12:01 a.m. ET, and the smartphone will be available in retail stores on June 5.
LG has been heavily promoting its new 5.5-inch quad-HD IPS Quantum display on its latest flagship smartphone, the LG G4. The company claims the new display technology offers improved contrast, brightness and wider color space, which will offer users an enhanced viewing experience and crystal-clear pictures. LG is also quick to highlight that the G4 offers two features that its top rivals, Apple and Samsung, don't offer in their latest and greatest smartphones.
The LG G4 is one of the only high-end smartphones on the market that allows users to swap out its battery and expand its storage, something Samsung also included in its flagship smartphones until the Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge, which do not allow users to swap batteries or use microSD cards.
If you're an AT&T subscriber and have been waiting to hear the carrier's official launch details for the LG G4, you'll be happy to know it just announced that information.
AT&T will open pre-sales for the LG G4 at 12:01 a.m. ET on Friday, May 29, and the smartphone will be available to purchase in retail stores beginning on June 5. Here's a rundown of AT&T's LG G4 pricing:
"Customers can purchase the Metallic Gray version of the G4 for $0 down on AT&T Next at $21.00 at 30 payments on AT&T Next 24, $26.25 at 24 payments on Next 18, or $31.50 at 20 payments on Next 12. The smartphone will also be available for $199.99 with a two-year agreement, or $629.99 with no commitment.
"The Genuine Black leather version of the G4 will also be available on AT&T Next for $22.34 per month on Next 24, $27.92 per month on Next 18, or $33.50 per month with Next 12. The G4 will also be available for $239.99 with a two-year agreement, or $669.99 with no commitment."
If you purchase the LG G4 from now until June 21, LG is giving away a free 32 GB microSD card, extra 3,000 mAh battery and battery charging cradle.