LG G4 launched in white and gold, but not for all markets

Even though the LG V10 is the company’s new flagship “super premium phone,” we sometimes struggle to agree with that statement. The LG G4 is in many ways just as premium, if not superior in some of its customization options. Still, not everyone is a fan of the permanent black front, and it seams that this is the new change that just arrived.

LG has just announced a new LG G4 White Gold Edition, which as the name implies, changes the look that we currently know of the LG G4. The faceplate and the back of the device are now white, and the trim is now gold. Sadly this white back is ceramic, and we don’t see a white leather option mentioned. The sad news is that if you’re already drooling over this product, you might have to stay that way. At the moment this variant is an exclusive to LG U+ in Korea, and even though expansion plans weren’t dismissed, no dates were provided either.

If you’re still interested in giving it a try, the price tag is not bad at $605. You’ll find more information in the source link.

Source: LG
Via: GSM Arena

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