If you’re a Rogers customer who has been waiting for the LG Optimus G, you can now reserve one through the Rogers website to make sure you get it as soon as it becomes available.
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?
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No promise of a future OS upgrade? Strange… All handsets get them when you writers mention them, right?