T-Mobile selling the LG G4 for $349.99 (LG G5 incoming!)

by: Edgar CervantesMarch 3, 2016

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The LG G5 and its modular goodness is all the hype these days, but not all of you need the latest and greatest. After all, the LG G4 continues to be a great handset with powerful specs, a unique design, a removable battery, expandable storage and a camera that is still hard to beat.

Looking to get a good phone on a budget? T-Mobile might have a deal for you. The Un-carrier is slashing the price of the LG G4 down to $349.99. We have seen the same phone go down to this price before, but only in temporary deals. Now you can get it straight from your carrier, and even take advantage of their installment plan to buy it on 24 monthly payments of $14.59 (with $0 down).

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There is one thing to keep in mind, though. This new price only applies for the Metallic Gray LG G4, which means you are out of luck if you were planning on getting those sweet leather iterations. The good news is these are readily available for purchase, and all you need to do is switch the back cover.

There is plenty to be had from the LG G4, which you can read all about in our full review. It comes with a 5.5-inch 2560×1440 display, a Qualcomm Snapdragon 808 processor, 3 GB of RAM, 32 GB of internal storage, a 16 MP rear camera, an 8 MP front facing camera and a 3000 mAh battery.


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But we know some of you may not be sure whether you should get an LG G4 or the exciting G5. This is why we have compared them during our MWC 2016 mad adventures. You can read our LG G4 vs LG G5 post and then hit the comments to let us know which one you would rather go for.

Also, do you think this is a good price for the LG G4, or is the offer too little too late?

  • mrjayviper

    I –personally– would never get a brand new flagship Android phone on first release. The depreciation after a few months is just too big. Reason why I like them secondhand or close to release of the next generation.

    • KeyserSoze

      Yep, I feel bad for people who bought their “awesome” S6 Edge this past Xmas only to see its prestige and value quickly dwindle just 2 months later. Same thing will happen to the S7 Edge when Note6 comes out later this year.

      • user311

        As one who purchased the s6 edge+ when it was released I don’t feel that bad being I just used the OG Jump! to pick up the s7 edge. Its definitely worth the upgrade. Having 200+ GB in a phone is definitely a welcome gained feature.

  • jasonlowr

    G4 and G5 are both ugly phones, but the G5 is on a whole new level of ugliness.

    • Marc Perrusquia

      I thought the G4 was OK looking, it was no beauty but it wasn’t hideous. The G5 is definitely hideous though. LG should’ve kept the G3 size bezels.

    • V-Phuc

      Really? What’s your current phone? what makes it “more beautiful” than G4/5? I recently bought the G4 with the blue leather back, and put on a see-through case. Everything including the handling has been excellent, nothing to complain. My other phones, Note 3 and 4, are also OK. Plastic back, “cheap built” material, bla bla bla, I don’t really agree with those naysayers. A couple of my friends got the S6 etc. and happened to drop them. Guess what? Cracked. Not so beautiful and gorgeous anymore… Just saying.

      • Fitnesspro

        I like plastic better than this BS metal, the replaceable battery and SD memory card, however, it is not a pretty phone. But that doesn’t matter. What I care about it is speed and battery life and that is where L4 fails to deliver. It lags, stutters and often some apps are slow to open. Just like the NEXUS 5X. It has a great camera. Too bad it is not Pure Android.

    • Fitnesspro

      Agree with you 100 %. It looks like the defective Zenfone 2, I bought, then returned. Actually, it is a good phone. I like the LG but it Doesn’t come close to the NEXUS 5. LG4 lags with the 808 processor, mainly on account of the repugnant bloat ware. My N5 runs circles around it. No one beats the Pure Android. (Sent from my Nexus 6P).

    • Rachel Dsilva

      LG Phones are now available only on AndroidSmartphoneDeals .com

  • Marc Perrusquia

    I bought my G4 as a backup phone in June last year for $325. If was the awful At&t version but still. If you buy locally you can get LG flagships for dirt cheap a few months after release.

  • Andrew White

    Those considering an upgrade to a device that does just about everything, still has one of the best cameras (whick does 4k and slowmotion) a great quad HD curved screen etc, etc and at a price which is now less than many mid-range and less capable devices out there.
    There are a number of worthy cases and skins available to help with the asthetics and protect your investment.
    Still my daily workhorse.
    Guarantee you’ll have no regrets with G4

  • ScottBerfield

    Is be happier if I hadn’t just bought one from them at $399 a week ago.

  • Fitnesspro

    Too little, too late. For $249.98, may be???