LG has apparently unveiled a new variant of the flagship G4 in White Gold hue. The original LG G4 was launched back in April 2015. The company offered the handset in a slew of colors, unlike the flagships from other OEMs that stick to standard colors. The hues include Grey, White, Leather Black, Leather Brown, Leather Red and Gold. After seven months from the release, the tech giant has a new variant in offer.
The “LG G4 White Gold Edition” is now being sold exclusively via carrier U+ in South Korea. As of today, there is no official information available to ascertain the release date outside Korea. Speaking of price, the LG G4 White Gold Edition will set the buyers back by 699,900 Won, which roughly translates to $605, without a contract.
The handset is enwrapped in a White chassis with Gold accents, G For Games reported. Apart from the look of the exterior, the device is apparently a replica of the original G4 when it comes to configurations.
Therefore, the new variant flaunts the same 5.5-inch display, bundled with a QHD screen resolution. Under the hood, the handset comes powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 808 processor and backed by 3 GB of RAM. Android 5.1 Lollipop OS runs the device. However, it is upgradable to Android 6.0 Marshmallow.
When it comes to camera configuration, the G4 sports a 16-megapixel rear-facing sensor with support for Optical Image Stabilization and laser autofocus. In addition, there is also a generous 8-megapixel front-facing snapper for selfies and video chats.
The smartphone comes equipped with 32 GB of native storage space and microSD card slot for further expansion. Lastly, a good-enough 3,000 mAh battery cell keeps the lights on.