Officially announced by LG at the end of May, the G3 is one of the most popular devices out there, even if it’s not quite available from the wireless carriers in the United States quite yet. T-Mobile’s already announced when they’ll have their branded version of the device out there in the wild, and now it’s Sprint’s turn to make some announcements.
Officially announced on July 3, Sprint has confirmed that they will begin selling the LG G3 in stores and online July 18. For those who can’t wait to buy something, though, pre-orders will begin on July 11. You’ll be able to get the G3 for $0 down, and with monthly installments set at $25. The Now Network is also going to throw in a bonus for those who jump on the G3 as soon as it launches: If you buy the G3 between July 11 and July 24, and also register the device by August 11, you’ll be eligible for a $150 Reward Card. If you just can’t buy it by then, though, no worries: Purchase between July 25 and August 14, with the device registered by August 28, you’ll be eligible for a $100 Reward Card.
You’ll get yourself a device with a 5.5-inch QHD (2560×1440) display, a 2.5GHz quad-core processor under the hood, a 13-megapixeal camera on the back, and a 3,000mAh battery shoved inside for good measure. And, if you were really hoping to get your hands on that gold version, Sprint’s got you covered: they’re the exclusive carrier option for that particular hue in the U.S..
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