LG, the South Korean tech giant, has partnered with Amazon to offer four of its Android smartphones as a part of the e-retailer’s Prime Exclusive program. These smartphones are LG G6, LG G6+, LG Q6 and LG X Charge.
If you don’t know about Amazon Prime Exclusive program, it is a Amazon service, which offers unlocked smartphones with lockscreen ads for a discounted price. If you don’t have a problem seeing advertisements and offers on your smartphone’s lock-screen, then Amazon Prime Exclusive program is a good place to score cheap phones without contract. As the name suggests, the service is exclusive to Amazon Prime members.
“We’re excited to welcome LG as a new manufacturer to the Prime Exclusive Phones program. With the additions of the LG G6, LG G6+, LG Q6 and LG X charge to the portfolio, Prime members now have access to a wider variety of the latest unlocked smartphones, including those with premium hardware and high-end features, all at an incredible value,” said Adrian Hurditch, Director of Product Management, Amazon.
Pricing and availability
According to LG, the LG G6+ (128GB) will retail at $499.99 as a part of Amazon Prime Exclusive program, G6 (32GB) at $399.99, Q6 (32GB) at $229.99 and X Charge (16GB) at $149.99. All four phones will start shipping November 9.
Here is a quick look at the specifications of the four LG Android phones launched on Amazon Prime Exclusive Program:
LG Q6: 5.5-inch full HD+ screen, 13MP rear camera, 5MP selfie camera, 3GB of RAM, Snapdragon 435 and Android 7.1 – Buy Now
LG X Charge: 5.5-inch HD screen, 4500 mAh battery, 13MP rear camera, 2GB of RAM, MediaTek MT6750 octa-core processor, 5MP selfie camera and Android 7.1 – Buy Now