T-Mobile's Pre-Sale Of The LG G6 Begins On March 22
LG's flagship phone, the LG G6 will pre-sale at T-Mobile beginning on March 22. Interestingly, two weeks earlier than the scheduled launch for the US network carrier.
Customers can buy the new phone online or in select T-Mobile stores. The network provider confirmed the announcement via a Twitter reply.
According to Android Headlines, the pre-sale starts at 12:01 AM PST. Customers can access the official T-Mobile website for inquiries of the G6 pre-sale.
LG's new smartphone will cost $650 and an additional $26 upfront cost for qualified buyers. Unqualified buyers will have to pay more upfront to get the device.
The remaining amount will split up over the customer's phone bill every month. There will be a $26 monthly phone payment for a period of 24 months (on top of the T-Mobile plan).
AT&T and Verizon have already pre-sale the G6 since March 17, five days earlier than T-Mobile. LG's flagship phone has two color options with Black and Silver. Apparently, US carriers will reportedly have both color options for customers.
LG is set to challenge Samsung and Apple's standard with the new G6 handset. The will have a vivid 5.7 QHD+ FullVision Display with a 2880 x 1440 / 564ppi resolution.
The G6 will have the latest Qualcomm Snapdragon 821 quad-core Processor and an Adreno 530 GPU. The phone will have expandable storage options up to 2TB via a MicroSD, on top with the 32GB internal storage.
LG's powerhouse smartphone has 4 GB of RAM and a decent 3,300 Mah battery with Quick Charge 3.0. As a follow up to its predecessor's camera, the phone will have a dual 13 MP rear facing snapper. Selfies will have more detail with the 5 MP wide F2.2 / 100° front-facing camera.
LG is hoping to bounce back after the G5's dismal sales. The company has already ditched the modular setup which proved to be unpopular with consumers.