Win a brown leather LG G4 from the manufacturer (U.K. Only!)

Win a brown leather LG G4 from the manufacturer (U.K. Only!)
This contest is for those PhoneArena readers who complain about all of the contests that are offered to U.S. residents only. LG's U.K. division is running a contest with the winner receiving a brown leather LG G4. Those entering the contest have to be residents of the U.K. age 18 or older. And all you have to do is click on the sourcelink to enter.

There, you will be asked to watch a short YouTube video (which we have embedded below) and click on the name of the bridge that is shown in the clip. You are given three options, so you probably should pay attention to the video, which runs only for 143 seconds.

The video was taken April 8th in Sydney, and shows the brown-leather version of the phone attached to a drone. We get to see some lovely aerial shots taken with the handset's rear-facing 16MP camera. With an aperture of f/1.8, the LG G4 should deliver quality photos even under low-light conditions. The video also shows off some of the other features that are part of the phone, such as the Color Spectrum Sensor which "measures original colors before shooting." The improved QHD display brings brighter and crisper images than seen on the QHD display belonging to the LG G3. The screen has a 20% wider color range allowing for "rich and authentic colors." And a manual mode lets you take control of the camera like a professional.

We will leave you with a hint for the contest. Just keep in mind the city where the video was shot and you'll have your answer. The contest ends Sunday, June 7th just before midnight in the U.K. The winner will be selected the very next day. Good luck!

Thanks for the tip!

source: LG (U.K.)

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1. waddup121 unregistered

what about the canadas?

2. DeusExCellula

Posts: 1390; Member since: Oct 05, 2014

Dominican Republic waiting...

3. QWERTYslider unregistered

No fingerprint scanner = FAIL

4. Lizze

Posts: 16; Member since: Jan 04, 2015

And here we go again about fingerprint scanner..... listen I dont know who you are but I will find you and I will take away your fingers from you so you can't use a fingerprint scanner in the future :D on every LG G4 news you must post that cr**. If you want a fingerprint scanner smartphone buy Samsung or Iphone!

5. Ordinary

Posts: 2454; Member since: Apr 23, 2015

Dude chill, world aint gonna colapse over missing fingerprint scanner neither will customers.

6. gaming64 unregistered

Copy and paste comment=EPIC FAIL

7. shandesilva

Posts: 105; Member since: Mar 28, 2012

How mindless and cruel LG is to use "genuine leather" to decorate their Life is Good for LG means death to the innocent animals. Each compassionate human being should boycott this phone. And shouldnt support and advertise this ! What is the point buying a damned phone, no matter how good it is, if it means death to another living being...I wish people would consider these things before producing, advertising , promoting and buying stuff like this. And how useful is having leather on a phone really is???...just to rip off our money...killing animals in the process as well. I was warming towards LG...after this I have changed my mind about LG forever.

8. sammy007

Posts: 1; Member since: Jun 01, 2015

Before pointing your finger towards anyone first check if you are accusing the right one.....Whenever you accuse someone know that rest of the fingers are towards you. This leather is not made by ripping off animals you idiot. Get some knowledge first. This is a leather made by vegetable tanning process which takes around 2-3 months and can be recycled. Not in any way this is harming anyone except you. If you were really getting warmed against LG, then you probably should have checked first about the leather making process. LG --- Life is still Good!!

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