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LG begins global roll-out of leather-clad smartphone

FINANCIAL STANDARD
By Andrew Makari Watila | May 26th 2015

Customers in key markets around the world will finally get their chance to own the latest advanced smartphone from LG Electronics. Industry experts have widely praised the smartphone for its exceptional camera, vivid and expansive display and willingness to set new rules in defining what a premium mobile device could be.

LG G4 will begin rolling out this week to consumers in key markets around the world, continuing throughout the month into June and beyond as more retailers and operators see what LG G4 has to offer their customers.

Starting in Hong Kong, the G4 will follow with rollouts in Turkey, Russia and Singapore, eventually including most of Europe, North America, the Commonwealth of Independent States, Southeast Asia, Middle East and Africa and South and Central America. About 180 carriers and retailers are already on board as G4 partners.

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