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LG G3 now available to pre-order from T-Mobile, hits retail on July 16th


T-Mobile is now accepting pre-orders for the LG G3 and will begin selling the device at its retail locations on July 16th, the company announced today. In addition to revealing its release plans for LG’s new flagship smartphone, the carrier boasted about its successful early release promo of the handset, which racked up over 74,000 entrants. As a reminder the entry-level LG G3 features a 2,560 x 1,440 display, a quad-core 2.5GHz Snapdragon 801 processor, 2GB of RAM, 16GB storage and Android 4.4.2 KitKat out of the box.

If you’re still on the fence about LG’s latest effort, be sure to check out our full review of the G3 to see if it’s worth your hard earned cash.

Flagship LG G3 Now Available for Pre-Order Only at T-Mobile


T-Mobile has already trumped the competition by becoming the first and only major national wireless provider to bring the new flagship LG G3 to customers early. Today, the Un-carrier announced a device pre-order that allows customers to reserve their new LG G3 weeks in advance of the device hitting participating T-Mobile retail stores on July 16.


Since the LG G3 Open Beta Sweepstakes began, people have been clamoring for the powerhouse phone on T-Mobile’s data-strong network, as evidenced through the amazing participation during the last month. The sweepstakes garnered over 74,000 entrants, resulting in 28 lucky winners who were among the first in the country to receive this flagship smartphone before retail availability.


The LG G3 is the first T-Mobile phone in the U.S. to feature a brilliant Quad HD screen, and rounds out T-Mobile’s LG Electronics portfolio which includes the LG G-FlexLG G2LG Optimus L90, and LG F3Q for a full lineup at a range of price points. Only T-Mobile delivers the LG G3 with all of the Un-carrier benefits customers enjoy, including zero annual service contracts, zero overages, zero hidden device costs, upgrade anytime with JUMP! ™, Music Freedom, and the world as your network in 120+ countries.




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