4000 People Will Get a Chance To Test Out the LG G4 Before Launch
LG is all set to bring out its new flagship that will take on the likes of Samsung’s Galaxy S6 and Apple’s iPhone 6. The LG G4 is expected to come out by the end of this month. Previously the device was expected to come out at the MWC 2015 but LG decided to work a bit longer on the handset to bring out a real competitor. LG has now announced that it will let 4000 people test out their new top-end device.
The Korean electronics giant will be working with 4000 people in 15 markets to take the G4 on a test ride. LG says that its intention is to let the users have first-hand experience of the device instead of depending on reported spec-sheets, benchmarks and speed tests to judge the new device. The program has already started in Korea on Wednesday, and will soon be brought to Brazil, Canada, China, France, Germany, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Japan, Mexico, Singapore, Turkey, the UK and US.
The LG G4 is expected to come out by April 28. The company hopes to generate buzz for the smartphone through social media initiatives through which they will find the 4000 potential testers of the new device. It will lead to tons of information and views before the launch, but it shows that LG is confident in their product to discard the secrecy that is usually maintained before the launch of any device. Let’s hope the LG G4 comes out as a challenging competitor to Galaxy S6 and iPhone 6; competition is always good for the consumer.