LG unveiled the LG G3 yesterday and said that it will be rolled out in over 170 countries with South Korea getting first dibs at it today. Other countries such as the U.S. and England have not been given an accurate release date.
UK online retailer, Clove Technology, just may have given us an idea of when we’ll see the new flagship phone. In the product page, the 16GB model with 2GB of RAM is listed to be in stock for shipping on July 1 with a price tag of £499 ($833), £53 ($89) cheaper than the Galaxy S5.
The LG G2 was announced in August 2013 and then released a month later in September. So basically, a July release is not out of the question. For us here is the U.S., we’ll have to wait for our beloved carriers to male up their minds.