The 16GB version of the LG G3 is enjoying a cool price cut in Europe currently. In Russia, Germany and the UK, among others, the phone's price has been slashed by 10% on average.
In the UK, CarphoneWarehouse is offering the phone with a £30; discount. Previously, the phone retailed for £479.95 and currently, it's £439.95. Amazon UK hasn't boarded the discount bandwagon yet, but we're sure it'll catch up, just like its German website has.
Amazon DE slashed the price of the phone from €549 to €494,30, or exactly 10%.
Finally, in Russia, Hi-Tech.Mail.ru reports the phone is too discounted. Initially, the LG G3 was priced at RUB 29,990 and is now slashed to RUB 26,990.
In the US, the phone's price on contract was slashed to $100 with a two-year commitment. In case you're not convinced just yet, LG announced a week ago that two new hues are in the pipeline. The LG G3 will launch Burgundy Red and Moon Violet in August.
There is a lot of activity going on before the release of both Note4 & Iphone6.
not here to insult you but probably you are doing something wrong. it's wrong in general comparing a 5s costing (at least) 550 euro off contract with a humble android in the 200-250 euro price segment. yes a cheap single-core or dual-core will lag bu...
Contract length has nothing to do with the price cut The LG G3 is a high end flagship phone. What this has to do with is the competition with Apple iPhone 5.5" when it it released. The $200 front end cost puts it in direct competi...