LG announces red and gold versions of G2

16 January, 2014

The gold-painted LG G2 leaked a couple of days ago, but as it turns out it wasn't the only new color the Korean manufacturer has been working on. The company officially announced two new limited edition colors for its flagship smartphone - Red and Gold.

LG introduced the new paintjobs to celebrate the Lunar New Year holiday season. Both new versions sport a textured back cover, which is different from the original black and white variant. The new back is not fingerprint prone and said to offer better grip in your hand.

The red and gold paintjobs of the LG G2 carry the same price tag as the standard models. In Korea, the smartphone costs about $496 for the 16GB model, while the 32GB version is priced at $562. LG's new color additions will go on sale in Singapore, starting from January 18 and the device will be available from Starhub, SingTel and M1 for SGD898 (about $701).

Meanwhile, if you are wondering about the specifications and the features of the LG G2, then do check our detailed review to know more about the smartphone.



Reader comments

  • vyshak

u r rite... wat m tellig is tht wen samsung released gold edition of s4, i saw a lot of comments saying tht samsung copied apple by releasing gold edition.

  • Sabo

Hey, how do you do that, which program did you used?

  • Jerome

Hum.. Red looks beautiful. I would like to change my Black G2 to Red..

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