AT&T says its LG G3 and LG G Watch will be available in retail locations on July 11

AT&T says its LG G3 and LG G Watch will be available in retail locations on July 11
AT&T just revealed that its version of LG's Quad-HD flagship, the wildly-anticipated G3, will be available for preorder starting tomorrow, July 8. The carrier also revealed that the device will hit the shelves on its brick and mortar retail locations this Friday, on July 11. The G3 will be available for zero down and no annual contract with AT&T's Next and Next 12 plans, which require users to pay $24.17 and $29 per month, respectively. Should you opt for a two-year contract, the G3 will set you back $199. If you preorder or purchase the G3 or the G Flex with a two-year contract, you are also eligible for a 50% discount on certain accessories, such as the Tone Ultra Bluetooth Stereo Headset or the pretty handy G3 Quick Circle Folio Case.

Additionally, LG's Android Wear-powered smartwatch, the G Watch, will be available for order starting tomorrow. The wearable is also available straight from Google Play. The wearable retails at $229 and will be available in AT&T's stores across the country on July 11, just like the G3. You can also benefit from a 50% discount on the G Watch if you pre-order or buy the LG G3 or the G Flex.

Earlier today, we showed you leaked renders of the differences between the carrier-branded versions of the LG G3. AT&T's variation of the device will come with rather subtle carrier markings – the AT&T logo slightly under the rear set of keys and a “G3” model branding right next to the back speaker. As a whole, AT&T's branding is quite unobtrusive, unlike Verizon's take on the matter.

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source: AT&T

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