LG added to Amazon's Prime Exclusives Phones range

LG has partnered up with Amazon to have some of its smartphones included in the Prime Exclusives Phones lineup. Four LG phones, which are unlocked, are joining the range starting from $149.99 for Prime members. The following devices are listed: LG G6, LG G6+, LG Q6, and the LG X Charge.

All of the devices feature Android Nougat, powerful processors and high-end specs. They join the likes of Lenovo’s Moto devices, several Alcatel models, and the Nokia 6 - all with a significant price drop. One caveat with the devices, though, is that they will display offers and advertisements, including personalised deals and recommendations, on the phone’s lockscreen.

Chang Ma, President at LG Electronics MobileComm USA Inc., said:

“LG offers premium lineups of smartphones that combine the latest technology consumers need with the slim and sleek designs they crave. Making our award-winning smartphones available through Amazon’s Prime Exclusive Phones program provides a convenient way for Prime members to experience the best of Amazon Prime’s services through some of our newest smartphones.”

The new LG phones can be pre-ordered starting today and are expected to ship to customers in November.

Source: Amazon

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