T-Mobile and US Cellular kicked off the work week by announcing launch details for their respective versions of the. 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.
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