T-Mobile debuts three new LG smartphones
T-Mobile announced on Wednesday that three new LG smartphones are joining the Uncarrier’s roster, including the brand new G2. All three will be offered on T-Mobile’s Simple Choice Plan and will include 4G LTE support. Pricing and exact availability is unknown for two of the devices (G2, Optimus F6) however the Optimus F3 is ready to go today.
Key features for each smartphone:
- LG G2 – Sports a beautiful 5.2-inch full HD display with innovative ergonomic back mounted controls. Also features a powerful 13-megapixel camera and easy-to-use multi-tasking applications like Slide Aside and QSlide. Pricing and availability for the G2 will be shared in the coming weeks. Customers interested in more information about the G2 can visit t-mobile.com/lg-g2.
- LG Optimus F6 – Designed to provide the speed, style and functions customers are looking for at an amazing value. The device features a 4.5-inch IPS display providing bright and super sharp images for amazing entertainment experiences, as well as LG-exclusive advanced camera features. Pricing and availability for the Optimus F6 will be shared in the coming weeks.
- LG Optimus F3 – Beginning today, T-Mobile will offer the Optimus F3 – its most affordable LTE Android-powered smartphone. The device features a vivid 4-inch IPS display with advanced camera and video features, as well as a catalogue of LG’s suite of exclusive services. The Optimus F3 is available nationwide at T-Mobile retail stores, select retailers and online via www.T-Mobile.com for a limited-time promotion price of $0 down with 24 equal monthly device payments of $10 with T-Mobile’s Simple Choice Plan.
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