In just over a week, LG will finally unveil its 2015 flagship handset, but the company has already revealed many details about the upcoming Android device, including a hot offer for certain buyers, one that many fans of the G line won’t be able to enjoy.

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South Korean G4 buyers who purchase the device from one of the local mobile operators through May 31 will get a variety of interesting perks, including a free screen replacement and a free 64GB memory card.

The device is supposed to have an amazing 2K display, according to recent leaks, and the free replacement offer is valid for a year following the purchase for one incident that damages the display.

The G4 will be officially unveiled on April 28th, and should launch thereafter in various markets. It’s not clear at this time how much it’ll cost, and when it’ll be released, although South Korean buyers will probably be the first to get access to it.

In addition to the top display, the smartphone is also expected to offer users access to new 16-megapixel rear and 8-megapixel front-facing cameras with F1.8 apertures. When it comes to processor type, recent reports revealed the phone might skip the Snapdragon 810 that’s found inside some 2015 flagship devices in favor of the Snapdragon 808.

More details about LG’s special G4 offers for South Korea, including special promotions from carriers and local retailers are available at the source link.

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