LG found its winner in the G range of Android phones. It was bold enough to place its volume control at the back of the phone which was not common at the time it was introduced. Then other phone makers followed. LG also wowed users with its stunning displays and other unique features and as a result, the brand has quite a following nowadays.
LG’s flagship phones, although packed with top specs and impressive features, are still expensive to most Filipinos. The strategy to offer lower priced phones that mimic the main features of the flagship models has worked in the past. Currently, LG offers the LG G4 Beat LTE, a watered down LG G4 but with just enough to make it still interesting to buyers.
The LG G4 Beat LTE is priced affordably. It retails for only Php12,990 in the Philippines. I used to own an LG G3 Beat and was pretty satisfied with my purchase. Now, the mid-range LG G4 Beat LTE is the latest from LG and it is worth checking out if you are shot on budget but still want to experience what the Korean manufacturer offers to mobile users. Other options would be the LG G4 Stylus or the LG G4c.
For main specs, the LG G4 Beat LTE packs a 5.2-inch Full HD display and runs on Android Lollipop. Upgrade to Marshmallow should be available in the future.