LG Optimus G, the latest flagship Android device from the South Korean mobile phone maker, is now available for pre-order in the United States via wireless carrier Sprint, and should become available for purchase in a few weeks.
Those who would like to grab the device can now take advantage of an offer available at Wirefly, which has the smartphone down to only $149.99 (116 Euro) with the signing of a two-year contract agreement with the wireless carrier.
The handset is $50 cheaper when compared to what Sprint asks for it, and should sound like a good deal to all those interested in a new device.
Unveiled back in September, Optimus G arrives on shelves with a great deal of highly appealing features and capabilities (the new Nexus 4 smartphone from LG is based on this device).
There is a 1.5GHz quad-core processor inside the mobile phone, capable of delivering increased performance levels, while the 4.7-inch touchscreen display on its front will offer highly appealing visuals to its users.
Moreover, a 13-megapixel photo snapper on the back of the phone will deliver great photo shooting capabilities, while the front camera will enable users to engage in video chats with their friends.
The specs list of this smartphone also includes support for 3G and 4G networks, WiFi, Bluetooth, Mobile Hotspot, GPS receiver, and the like.
“The LG Optimus G for Sprint is an Android smartphone boasting 4G speeds and a quad-core processor. This addition to the popular Optimus smartphone line-up runs at lightning fast speeds so you can browse the web, share photos, and get apps faster than ever before,” Wirefly notes.
“Popular Android apps, like Google Wallet, are pre-loaded and there are tons of apps, widgets, games and more available in the Google Play Store to customize your LG Optimus G.”
Those interested in the purchase of this smartphone will find it on this page over at Wirefly.