According the the Rogers website, paying the reservation fee of $40 dollars will ensure that you get the LG Optimus G delivered to you after the official launch in “mid-November.” Existing customers can also reserve the phone and have it delivered to a Rogers store near them, assuming they are eligible for an upgrade.
While the site doesn’t get any more specific on the launch date, it does mention that the Optimus G will cost $599.99 without a contract, and $129.99 on “select three-year plans.” Seeing that even earlier today we were unsure on pricing specifics, this is an interesting detail.
We’ve had plenty of recent coverage of the LG Optimus G, but a few of its more interesting specs include its quad-core processor, 13-megapixel camera, 4.7-inch True HD IPS display, and Dual Display and SmartScreen features, which can display the phone’s content on a larger screen.
Are you a Rogers customer looking forward to the LG Optimus G? If so, are you going to reserve one?