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L6 G6 To Be Released Earlier; Verizon Already Accepting Pre-Orders

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    Technology Technology Mar 20, 2017 10:49 AM EDT

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    On March 16, the LG G6 announcement just went live in Verizon. The good news is that the phone is coming out a week early, March 30, instead of the rumored date on April 7. Just recently before the announcement, Android Central obtained a promo sheet. It revealed that Verizon is about to start accepting pre-orders for the LG G6 starting March 17, Friday.

    As to the price, Android Central’s sources says that the phone will retail at $672 or $28/month for 24 months, and the promo sheet shows a price point of $249 with a 2-year agreement. This pricing line us with the LG V20 having the same retail cost. But it also implies that the pricing of the G6 may vary from one mobile carrier to another.

    Verizon has come up with pretty solid deals for those pre-ordering. Initially, those who pre-orders get a free Google Home LG. What’s more is that Verizon is putting in a sweet deal with a $200 trade-in for selected devices. Meanwhile, new customers can get a 43-inch LG TV for free. Another deal is the $650 switcher deal, applicable for those deciding to switch to Verizon coming from a different carrier and last but not the least, there’s also the FIOS $500 bundle promo for new customers.

    The LG G6 design has a compact aluminum and glass body that fits comfortably in the hand. It has a 5.7-inch screen. The camera promises to capture more striking photos with the innovative wide-angle front and rear cameras. Watching movies and videos contents is said to be an experience because of the Dolby Vision feature equipped in the phone.

    The G6 appears to be one of LG’s best phones yet and LG is going back to a higher quality and manufacturing process that many feel that the company has lost with the past few G series models.

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