Last updated: Apr 14th, 2016.

The LG G4 is the sequel to 2014's LG G3. It has a 5.5-inch IPS "Quantum Display," and a 16MP camera with Laser Auto Focus and Color Spectrum Sensor. It has a 3,00 mAh removable battery and expandable storage. The G4 can be customized with 6 different leather back covers, and 3 different tradiotional back covers.

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35+ LG G4 tips & tricks

f you’re the proud owner of a shiny new LG G4 you’ve come to the right place. LG has packed a lot of great features in the G4, but many of them are hidden away. We’ve compiled a list of the best tips and tricks you need to know.

10 things every LG G4 owner should do

The LG G4 is a great device with a lot of unique features. In this guide we’ll show you some of those features and other things you need to do right now.

LG G4 Review

LG has issued its response to the HTC One M9 and Samsung Galaxy S6 in the form of the LG G4, and while the phone ultimately feels a bit too familiar to last year’s LG G3, the G4 holds serve with its 2015 counterparts and offers compelling improvements in the areas of design, display, and camera.

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LG G5 vs LG G4 vs LG V10 [CHART]

The LG G5’s official unveiling was exciting. It’s a great phone that’s worthy of challenging any smartphone on the market for flagship king right now, but is it worth upgrading or getting some of LG’s older devices? Take a look at our latest comparison!

AT&T’s LG G4 is now receiving Marshmallow

First it was Sprint, then it was T-Mobile. Now AT&T is taking the spot as the third major US carrier to push Android 6.0 Marshmallow for the LG G4. The rollout is happening over-the-air for those on WiFi.