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LG G4c prices in Singapore

Exhibiting its power as an uniquely innovative smartphone, the LG G4c is such a wonderful smartphone that inspires you to lead a more rewarding lifestyle. Read more about LG G4c Singapore below to find out.

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Lowest Price: S$ 370.40
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LG G4c Price by Country
Malaysia MYR 1,172
Philippines PHP 9,556
Singapore SGD 370

About LG G4c Singapore

LG G4c Singapore - Seizing Life for the Better

Offering an impressive array of smartphone designs which have been recognized as highly innovative, LG certainly proves to be one of the few creative names in the market. When it comes to offering more outstanding designs to the market, the formidable LG G4c smartphone is one of its fine offerings.

Elegant Design that Inspires

Encased in its sophisticated body, the LG G4c proves to be stylish. While it is easy to associate its affordability with its perceived uninspired design, this LG smartphone proves that statement to be wrong since it exudes its elegance effortlessly.

Despite placing its buttons on its rear as opposed to the usual sides, the LG G4c smartphone surprises many people since it still feels natural when using them.

Lovely Display Quality

With its 5 inch IPS LCD display screen (720 x 1280 resolution), the LG G4c smartphone offers brilliant visuals that blow your mind away. Since it contains high pixel density, this means that its display quality will be sharper and clearer at the same time. With such incredible level of detail and depth on the display, it actually increases the way you enjoy your content as the visuals prove to be very tantalizing.

When it comes to showing and sharing your content to others, its IPS technology makes others to be able to enjoy the same display quality as you. This is because you can view it from different angle and still experience its brilliant visuals.

Satisfying Performance with LG G4c Singapore

Incorporating the Qualcomm Snapdragon 410 quad core processor in its slim frame, the LG G4c takes your smartphone experience to whole new level as everything just works smoothly. This fluid performance also makes the difference when you do not have to wait for a long time in loading apps or other mobile games. Not just that, its 1GB RAM guarantees that your LG smartphone to maintain its 100% efficiency at all times. In other words, you will be thrilled to find that it offers consistent and reliable performance.

Stunning Battery Life for Unlimited Experience

Possessing the highly efficient 2540mAh battery, the LG G4c provides good stamina which enables you to enjoy its performance for a longer period of time. In a simpler term, you get to use your LG smartphone without getting worry or panic in looking for power outlet to recharge it immediately. Not just that, this is pretty convenient and handy when you are going out. In conclusion, the LG G4c smartphone is highly recommended because it offers terrific performance despite its affordability.

Expert Reviews

Reviewed on 2015-09-10
The LG G4C's subtly curved screen is bright and bold, its camera is basic but takes decent shots and the battery should give you a good day of use.Its weak processor and graphicheavy software result in extremely sluggish performance, making even basic navigation frustrating. Its 8GB of builtin storage is basically useless
The LG G4C is pitched as being a cheaper alternative to LG's luscious flagship G4 . Indeed, there are resemblances in the curved design of the phone, but the G4C has made some hefty compromises in order to arrive with a cheaper price tag.The 5-inch displa...
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Reviewed on 2015-08-22
Great screen, Comfortable design, Good battery lifeLimited RAM, Only 8GB of memory, Poor front, facing camera
By now it's a well worn line, but one that remains pertinent: the Moto G changed everything.Just a few years ago, Motorola released what would become its best-selling device ever, and, in doing so, changed the budget smartphone landscape in the west irrev...
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Reviewed on 2015-08-21
Great screen, Comfortable design, Good battery lifeLimited RAM, Only 8GB of memory, Poor frontfacing camera
By now it's a well worn line, but one that remains pertinent: the Moto G changed everything.Just a few years ago, Motorola released what would become its best-selling device ever, and, in doing so, changed the budget smartphone landscape in the west irr...
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Reviewed on 2015-08-17
There's no official LG G4 mini, but this mid-range phone is the closest you'll find to one. Cheaper and smaller than the flagship Android phone , but neither cheap- nor compact enough to turn heads, the LG G4c is something of a disappointment. Find out wh...
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Reviewed on 2015-08-14
The LG G4 is big and powerful, but it's also expensive, so if you like the look of it but want something a little cheaper (or a little smaller) the LG G4c could be for you, as it includes many of the G4's features, but in a smaller form factor and for a f...
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Reviewed on 2015-08-12
Great quality audio, Good image quality from front and rear cameras, Solid batteryPoor internal memory, Oversimplified camera settings, little value for money
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Reviewed on 2015-08-12
There’s no leather here though; the G4c is made entirely out of plastic. It has the same curved back as its bigger brother, though, and borrows the same diamond pattern as the G4’s ceramic and metallic variants, so at least it bears some family resemblanc...
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Reviewed on 2015-08-07
Build quality, Removable battery, Fast and pleasant interface, Responsive touchscreen, Battery life (1½ days)Disappointing photos, Not very faithful screen colors, Not really cut out for gaming and videos
The G4c is somewhere between the Spirit and the G4 in terms of appearance, although much closer to the first than the second. It has all the standard designs found on LG's handsets this year, namely the slightly curved shape and the keys on the back. As w
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Reviewed on 2015-08-01
Build, Bright, viewing angle stable IPS screen, Very good battery life, LTE and NFC, Decent UI and smooth handlingMiddling speaker, Camera module in low light, Moderate voice quality, Tiny internal storage, Inaccurate GPS
I'd love to be a flagship. LG shrinks its LG G4 to 5 inches and an RRP of 279 Euros. The new G4c model sports a quad-core SoC from Qualcomm, 1 GB of RAM, 8 GB internal storage, NFC, and LTE Cat. 4. Android 5.0.2 Lollipop is preloaded. The downgrade result...
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Reviewed on 2015-07-30
Look and feel of G4 in a smaller package, decent camera performance, bright screenLaggy performance, screen “sleeper” display issues, outsmarted by cheaper competitors, muddies the G4 name
Upon pulling the LG G4c out of its box we were rather excited. This dinky looking version of the G4 has many of the design hallmarks that make the flagship model such a success, but with a 5-inch screen size making it an altogether more manageable package...
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Reviewed on 2015-07-20
Long battery life, Rear mounted controls, Feature packedDisappointing camera, Occasionally stuttery
LG G4c review: We review the LG G4 's baby brother, a 5-inch Android packing tons of great features and an 8-megapixel snapper.Okay, so we love the LG G4 to bits. The leather finish is great to fondle and stare at, the 5.5-inch screen is simply stunning a...
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Reviewed on 2015-07-08
Hands-on with the new LG G4c smartphone You'd think that after swelling its mid-range selection with the LG Spirit , Magna, Leon and Joy back in March, the Korean company would have considered its affordable range for 2015 well and truly covered. Clearly...
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Reviewed on 2015-07-07
Design based on the current LG flagship – G4, Durable battery, especially in video playback, Changeable battery and removable back lid, Maintaining low external temperatures even after heavy usage, High quality camera with ability to film Full HD video, L...Only 8GBs internal memory, There are many more affordable models with the same mobile chip on the market
LG has decided to do what they did last year – to reveal another model based on their current flagship product. In this case we're talking about G4 and its more affordable brothers G4c and G4 Stylus. We plan to make reviews of both of them. We will first...
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Reviewed on 2015-06-15
As soon as the LG G4C is placed in palm, it is noticeable that the 5” display is going to offer a wicked experience. This large canvass covers 70% of the front face and the In-Cell display technology removes a layer of the display, so images are closer to...
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