The 5in LG G4c with numerous premium features and styling similar to its flagship G4, but in a compact form, is now available on pre-orders in the UK.
Carphone Warehouse is the first retailer in the country to announce price deals via Pay monthly and Upgrade, starting at £15.5 per month.
Available in Gold and White editions, the G4c can be pre-ordered on contract with a number of carrier networks such as O2, Vodafone, EE and iD- the new 4G mobile network from Carphone Warehouse itself.
With the carriers offering several lucrative tariffs, includes the one from iD, without any upfront cost, just £15.50 per month for 24 months, wherein consumers are entitled to get 300 minutes, 5000 texts and 500MB 4G data.
O2 has also fixed a similar monthly tariff, at £17.50 with 300 minutes, unlimited texts and 300MB 4G data for a 24-month contract period. To view more tariffs head over to the product page at Carphone Warehouse.
After pre-ordering consumers will not have to wait too long, as the retailer has mentioned the availability of the handset at its stores across UK on 8 June.
Meanwhile, online retailer Clove has also opened up pre-orders at £222 (including VAT) for the handset.
Last week LG introduced two of its newest members of the G4 family; G4 Stylus and G4c having similar high-end features found in the new flagship smartphone.
The G4 Stylus (available as G Stylo in North America and Korea) will be offered in LTE and 3G configuration in Metallic Silver or, Floral White colours, whereas the G4c is an LTE model available in Metallic Grey, Ceramic White and Shiny Gold.