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The LG G4 you’re looking to sell or trade-in was released in April 2015. Visually the device itself had a 5.5 inch display (1440x2560 pixels) surrounded by an arc like body design, giving the G4 a subtle curve. There was also an option for a premium version with a full leather body which was a slightly strange introduction to the range. The G4’s dimensions were 148.9 x 76.1 x 6.3 - 9.8 mm, and it weighed 155 grams / 5.47oz.
The LG G4’s camera was its secret weapon at the time, the rear mounted (primary) camera was a very high megapixel for 2015, packing a whole 16 megapixels in fact! The camera had phase detection autofocus, 2160p recording and a dual LED flash. The front facing selfie camera was 8 megapixels and recorded at 1080p for video.
Compared to its predecessor, the LG G4 you’re selling had a much faster chipset, with 3GB RAM and a 1.8GHz hexa-core processor. When you’re examining the LG G4, you’ll notice it has a MicroSD slot used to expand the memory, make sure you remove any memory cards before you trade in your LG G4.
It’s also worth noting that your G4 didn’t have a fingerprint scanner for unlocking, just the old school password system.
In 2015 LG’s updated G4 phone aimed to improve on the core values its users wanted in a flagship phone; a stunning screen, brilliant camera and a sleek design. Unfortunately it didn’t quite hit a home run on with a slightly weird build that half matched the G Flex range, and a poor battery life.