Starting from today, you can order the LG G4 in the United States, and the first carrier to offer the phone is T-Mobile. The Uncarrier is offering the LG G4 for a zero dollar initial payment and 24 monthly instalments of $25, or $600 if you choose to pay the full price all at once. You can choose between the metallic gray plastic version or the great-looking brown leather model, which seems to be an exclusive for T-Mobile.
So far, T-Mobile is the first and only carrier to offer the LG G4. Sprint will start selling the G4 next week, and the big two - AT&T and Verizon Wireless, are expected to start offering the phone in the beginning June (likely, around the 4th of June). US Cellular will also offer the LG G4, and it will start selling it on June 4th.
Another neat promo that T-Mobile is throwing in celebration of the expandable storage capabilities of the LG G4 is a free 128GB microSD card, and those retail for around $80 dollars for a class 10 card on Amazon, so that's quite the added value. With the built-in 32 gigs of internal storage, the total amount of available storage jumps to a whopping 160 gigs with the card.
Sprint and US Cellular are also throwing some promos for the LG G4 launch: a 32GB card, a secondary battery, and a charging bundle.
Is the LG G4 worth buying? We have a full-on LG G4 review that answers that question and details all of the phone's specifics: its 5.5" Quad HD display, the Snapdragon 808 system chip, and the 16-megapixel OIS 2 camera.