The LG G4 smartphone will start rolling out in various countries this week. The release of the handset will continue until next month as more operators are expected to support it.

The LG G4 was launched in Seoul on May 18. And according to the official press release from LG, four places -- Hong Kong, Turkey, Russia and Singapore -- will first receive the LG G4.  However, the exact release dates have not been disclosed.

The LG G3 successor will then be made available to most regions of Europe, North America, the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS), Southeast Asia, Middle East, Africa, South and central America. The South Korean tech giant says it has partnered with 180 service providers and retailers to sell the LG G4.

As far as the U.S. release of the LG G4 is concerned, the Google 9 to 5 report that cites a tweet from LG’s Preview Tour states that T-Mobile will start selling the LG G4 in the U.S. on June 2.

Phone Arena’s report mentions that the Verizon Wireless will be selling the LG G4 from June 4. Sprint and U.S. Cellular will be offering the LG G4 in the coming months, reports another Phone Arena post. None of the carriers have revealed the details on the contract plans for the LG G4.

The LG G4 smartphone comes with a genuine leather cover in six color options. In addition, the LG G4 will also be available in three covers of varied materials along with 3D patterns. Its slim body varies from 6.3mm to 9.8mm wide.

The device is fitted with a  5.5-inch Vivid IPS Quantum Display that delivers better color reproduction, improved brightness and contrast. It offers a pixel density of 538 ppi. The LG G4 is the first smartphone to feature the most recent Snapdragon 808 processor that comes with X10 LTE. The chipset comprises a hexa-core processor gunning at 1.8GHz, along with Adreno 418 graphics.

It is packed with an 8MP selfie camera, and on the rear there is a 16MP camera with f/1.8 lens. It is equipped with a huge removable battery of 3,000 mAh capacity that supports Quick Charge 2.0

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