The LG G4 is an excellent Android 32-GB smartphone. It has a large "phablet" design that's perfectly curved, so it fits comfortably in your hand. Its black, vegetable-dyed leather backing feels warm and natural to the touch. You also get the black ceramic-infused plastic backing as well.
LG G4 also offers more photo options for amateur and not-so amateur photographers. Its unique IPS Quantum Display brings you improved colour-recognition, so your selfies and other photos look more like the real thing.
You also get a smooth, Material Design experience with LG's version of Android Lollipop 5.1. Its innovative notification system, Smart Notice is all about bringing you card-based updates. In addition, LG's custom widgets, Smart Bulletin is about bringing you the content you need now, making it easier than ever for new users to get around.
Also, if you're missing the replaceable batteries and microSD cards options missing from some newer Android smartphones - LG G4 has got you covered.
||148.9mm x 76.1mm x 6.3~9.8mm
||Up to 2TB microSD
|What's included in the box
||LG G4, AC charger, USB sync and charging cable, leather & plastic back plates
||Curved 5.5” Quad HD (538ppi)
||Qualcomm Snapdragon 808 Processor
||Check out TELUS' map for network speeds
||4G LTE: (Band 2, 4, 5, 7, 17, 12, 13, 29)
4G (HSPA): 2100MHz (Band I) / 1900MHz (Band II) / 1700MHz (AWS) / 850MHz (Band V)
2.5G (GSM): 850MHz / 900MHz / 1800MHz / 1900MHz
- The design is solid, bezeled and fits more comfortably in your hand. And the screen is nice and big and sharp, just the way it should be.
- The IPS Quantum Display brings improved colour recognition technology. This means your skin tones don’t come out so weird when you take selfies or portraits, and blues are also true to life.
- If you’re missing microSD cards and lack of battery replacement options with some other new Android smartphones, this one brings it back.
- Its black vegetable-dyed leather-backed option feels warm and natural to hold in your hand.
- You also get its ceramic infused plastic-backed option with diamond pattern, that is designed to be easier to grip, again you’re best served by adding a case to prevent scuffing.
- If you’re a newer smartphone user you’ll find the Smart Bulletin, which is basically a bunch of widgets that integrate with LG apps, very useful. It’s handy, offering tips about how to use your phone, calendar appointments, fitness tracking, QR remote and music control options.
- Dual Window support is included, so you have all the multitasking power you want.
- The other big win here, is that many of the baked-in LG specific OS options, like Smart Bulletin, can be changed, if you want.
- The camera options and editing aresenals are where this smartphone really shines, for amateur and more professional-grade photographers. You have DSLR support AND manual controls for aperture, ISO, white balance, expose and such. You also get a colour-light spectrum sensor underneath the flash.
- Glance View and Knock-on, Knock-off signature features, make it easier not to have to unlock the entire thing for smaller tasks, such as checking the time.
- As mentioned above, Help options are always at your fingertips with the custom Smart Notice card-based notification system.