Over the past few months we have seen YouTube work very hard to keep its top content creators from moving to its rivals. It launched YouTube Spaces in a handful of countries around the globe to provide content creators with studio space and equipment so that they could create better videos. YouTube also launched the Creator Hub for this purpose. Now it’s teaming up with some of its top creators to bring more original series to the world’s biggest online video website.
Probably to avoid the noise at MWC, LG decided to launch the LG G4, its new flagship a little later, and today, we are happy to finally get our hands on this highly anticipated device.
Featuring a 5.5-inch Quad HD IPS display, a 16 MP front shooter and a Qualcomm Snapdragon 808 processor, the LG G4 is expected to ship in Korea on May 29th.
For the US market, LG plans for end of May or early June. The exact price was not disclosed during the pre-briefing, it was confirmed to be in the LG G3 price range (at launch), which was about $600-$650 at launch time. These details are usually announced by the local wireless carriers who will partner with LG.
Overall, LG’s new flagship is very impressive and the Korean manufacturer pushed the envelope on the display technology, the unique leather design, and the camera, to deliver a state-of-the-art next gen communication device.
We had the opportunity to play with the LG G4, so read the complete article to take a peek at our first impressions.
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