LG G4 Dual SIM Variant Launched in Select Countries

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LG G4 Dual SIM Variant Launched in Select Countries

LG, shortly after announcing the start of the global rollout of its latest flagship smartphone, the LG G4, has now made the dual-SIM variant of the smartphone available in select countries. The LG G4 is available in two dual-SIM variants - LG G4 Dual SIM with model number H818P, and LG G4 Dual SIM (Dual LTE) with model name H818N - which have been listed in on the company sites for Hong Kong, Thailand, Ukraine, and Saudi Arabia. The rollout details of the dual-SIM variants in other countries still remains a mystery.

According to user reports (via GSMArena), the Dual LTE variant (support for 4G LTE in both SIM card slots) is being sold at HKD 5,700 (roughly Rs. 46,800) in Hong Kong, while the regular Dual SIM version is being sold in Saudi Arabia at SAR 2,500 (roughly Rs. 42,400), and in Thailand at THB 21,900 (roughly Rs. 41,700). The regular Dual SIM variant is also listed in Ukraine, but so far no pricing details have merged.

The specifications of the LG G4 Dual SIM and LG G4 Dual SIM (Dual LTE) appear to be identical to the original LG G4, excepting the addition of an extra SIM card slot. For reference, the LG G4 comes with a 5.5-inch Quad HD (1440x2560) IPS Quantum display with 538 PPI. It is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 808 processor SoC with a 1.8GHz 64-bit Hexa-Core CPU alongside 3GB RAM and 32GB internal storage, that is expandable up to 2TB via microSD card. LG G4 comes with 3000mAh removable battery. It comes with f/1.8 16-megapixel and f/2.0 8-megapixel rear and front cameras respectively.

The LG G4 runs Android 5.1 Lollipop out of the box with LG's new UX 4.0 on top. Google Drive, Docs, Sheets, Slides apps come pre-installed on the phone, while G4 owners will receive an additional 100GB of Google Drive storage free for two years. The firm also launched the two variants of the flagship - LG G4c and LG G4 Stylus this month.

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