Leaked Verizon document confirms LG G6 pre-orders start on March 17th with some nifty deals

LG G6 is making its way to different international markets. A leaked Verizon document confirms that pre-orders for LG G6 will start on March 17th. The promotional document also shows that the company is offering some very nice promotional gifts to sweeten the deal. The smartphone will cost $672 and comes with a 24 month deal which costs $28 a month.

People who pre-order LG G6 they, will get a free Google Home. This smart speaker is powered by Google Assistant which is also the AI assistant that LG G6 has. The speaker will answer your questions, schedule different things and even run your smart home tasks. Along with that the Verizon Unlimited customers who upgrade to LG G6 will get $200 when you trade in ‘select’ along with the Google Home. For users who will be opting for the Verizon Unlimited plan for LG G6, they will get a 43-inch smart LG TV which costs about $329.99 along with the $200 trade in option and Google Home. The deal do sound amazing and it sure looks like LG does not want to leave their sales to chance and will do their best to maximize the profits by pushing lucrative deals.

After the lack luster sales of LG G5, the company changed the design for LG G6 , adopted an aggressive promotional campaign and strategically brought the smartphone early in the market in Samsung’s latest flagship absence to tip the sales in their favor. LG G6 features a 5.7-inch 1440 x 2880 Quad HD display with an 18:9 aspect ratio. Under the hood the device is equipped with Snapdragon 821 along with a 4GB RAM and 32GB of native storage. Following a metal uni body design, the device holds a non-removable 3300mAh battery which gives it an IP68 rating. Along with that two 13MPP cameras are found at the rear of the device along with the fingerprint scanner and a 5MP selfie shooter is found at the front. Impressive sales numbers of LG has hit on to something with the design and solid specs.

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