One thing that phone manufacturers are good at is keeping any and all color variants under wraps until they’re good and ready to release them. While not all of them do it, many do, and LG is no different. For example, LG has just unveiled a brand new color for its G4 flagship, a phone that it originally launched months ago.
The Life’s Good crew has officially debuted the White Gold Edition of its G4 Android smartphone, giving the handset a very distinct look. The handset was officially introduced in South Korea, and for anyone that might be wondering what else LG might have changed, the answer is nothing. Other than the color, this is the same G4 that was debuted earlier this year.
The only difference is the white front and back as well as the gold trim. According to LG, this new handset is meant to appeal to women and to a younger audience that might have originally been ignoring the G4 proper without these golden highlights.
As far as pricing goes, in South Korea it will retail for 699,600 South Korean Won, or about $605. It’s unknown if the White Gold Edition G4 will ever see an official launch outside of South Korea, though.
What do you think of the LG G4 White Gold Edition?