LG mobile has launched its Consumer Experience campaign today providing 4000 winners to test drive LG G4 way before the official launch on 28 April 2015. 4000 lucky people in 15 countries can put their hands on this awesome LG flagship phone. 267 Singaporeans will get their hands on LG G4 is divided equally across countries,Mohicans highly doubt so.
If selected, participants in each country will be given an LG G4 to try out for up to 30 days. Participants will also be issued with various assignments to carry out over the course of the experience, with prizes awarded to those who complete them. The idea is that winners can share their experiences with the G4 as an early consumer review program.
The program beings today in South Korea, but LG is also looking for consumers in Turkey, Indonesia, Singapore, United States, China, India, Brazil, Canada, United Kingdom, France, Germany, Mexico, Japan and Hong Kong. Participants will be selected based on their entry responses and can increase their odds of winning by sharing their application experiences through various social media platforms.
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If you want to be in with a chance to test drive the G4, LG says to keep an eye on the LG homepage and social media pages for the countries listed above. The company will be giving out further details in the coming days. Don’t forget to check out LG’s various teaser videos for a heads up about what to expect from the G4.
With the slurry of flagship phones like HTC M9 and Samsung S6 Edge, LG will be unveiling its own flagship. The LG G4 will be revealed by the end of april as sources from Korean publication mentioned. Some of those publications also claimed that the phone will have a 5-inch curved Quad HD display, but there’s probably no use speculating if that’s true or not when we’re this near to seeing the real thing. The South Korean company will hold an event in New York and other locations around the globe (New York, London, Seoul, Singapore and Istanbul), and we’ll be there to cover it, so stay tuned!
urning to the rumor mill, while some rumors suggest LG will go with a premium metallic build, at least one rumor suggests LG will stick with plastic, saving metal for its rumored LG “G4 Note”. It’s still unclear if the “more upscale” flagship will debut next month alongside the G4, though LG has hinted that such a device is really in the works. Another possibility is that LG’s tagline could be referencing a switch to a curved design (as rumored by Korea Times), which would certainly make it feel and look differently than the G4’s predecessor.