LG India's website has the G4 listed for ₹51,500 ($804) ahead of the device's launch in the country on June 19.
The LG G4 in India will be offered in leather by default, with the brown and black color options available to buyers. LG has confirmed that it will sell the dual-SIM version in the country, which has the same specs as the single-SIM variant.
The ₹51,500 figure is likely the retail price, and it is possible the street price will be slightly lower. E-commerce retailer Infibeam is already offering the device for ₹49,999 ($780), although it is unclear at this stage whether it is the version licensed for India or an imported handset. Flipkart also has the brown variant listed for ₹49,600, with the black leather option showing as out of stock.
We'll know more once the device launches next week. For those interested, LG is still taking pre-orders for the G4, with customers getting a back cover, extra battery with charging cradle and one-time screen replacement for free.
- Read our full review
- Get the latest news
- Get help and tips
- Camera showdown vs. GS6 and iPhone 6!
- Complete LG G4 specs
- Join the discussion
- Where to buy the LG G4
Newer model: LG G5