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LG's G4 flagship launches at T-Mobile, US Cellular

Two more wireless carriers announce pricing and availability for the marquee device.

Both T-Mobile and US Cellular will carry the LG G4 in Metallic Gray. CNET

T-Mobile and US Cellular kicked off the work week by announcing launch details for their respective versions of the LG G4 . Both will open up presales for the flagship smartphone later this week, with general availability scheduled for early June.

T-Mobile will sell the G4 in Metallic Gray and Genuine Brown Leather, the latter a T-Mo exclusive. With a monthly price of $25 over 24 installments, the cost shakes out to $600 total.

Pre-orders begin May 27 and general sales open up June 3. As part of a limited time deal, T-Mobile will provide a free 128GB microSD card when you buy the G4.

US Cellular's version goes on sale June 4 in gold, Metallic Gray, and Genuine Black Leather. Through an installment pricing plan, the gold and Metallic Gray colors will cost $29.50 per month for 20 months, or $590 all in. It's the leather variant that carries a slight premium: $30.50 per month over 20 months, for $610.

Like T-Mobile, US Cellular is also dangling a limited-time incentive for prospective buyers. Customers who buy the LG G4 before June 24 will receive a 32GB microSD card, an extra 3,000mAh battery and a free charging cradle.

Meanwhile, read CNET's fully rated LG G4 review here.