Also known as the LG LGH812

User Reviews:


Canada: Fido, Koodo Mobile, Primus Wireless, Rogers, SaskTel, Sears Connect, TELUS, Videotron, Bell, MTS Mobility, Freedom Mobile, NorthernTel, PC Mobile, Tbaytel, Virgin Mobile
US: AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, U.S. Cellular, Verizon Wireless


June 2015


  • Android 5.1 OS
  • 1.8 GHz 64-bit hexa-core CPU
  • 16 MP camera with laser autofocus
  • 5.5-inch Quad HD IPS Quantum display
  • Metallic & ceramic or genuine leather finish


Latest Reviews

1 Star out of 5


Reviewed on Sunday July 23, 2017 by , CO
My review of the LG G4 is simple. The phone is amazing. The camera on the phone captures amazing pictures. I loved having the phone until it decided to not turn on after 1 year and 5 months. The company replaced it for free because it happened to be a faulty serial number issue. But 4 months after having to replace it, the phone would not turn on again. I had to take the battery out. 2 more months after that, the phone was stuck in the boot up link. Nothing can be done for that. I ended up having to pay for a new phone and pay off the remaining balance on the existing phone that had been replaced 6 month prior. I heard the LG G5 has similar problems and the G6 is too new. Summary is, it's a great phone when it actually works.
5 Stars out of 5


Reviewed on Thursday May 26, 2016 by , Québec
Clarté de l'écran, rapidité, convivialité, qualité de l'appareil photo et vidéo. J'en suis très content d'avoir changer pour un LG4
0 Stars out of 5


Reviewed on Tuesday January 19, 2016 by , Kentucky
I have owned all types of phone from apple to android. My last phone was a Samsung, should have stuck with the Samsung, but I let the sales rep talk me into buying the LG G4. Biggest mistake I ever made in purchasing a cell phone. I've only owned it a couple of months, but have contacted Verizon's support 6 times now due to the touchscreen. The touchscreen has twice went black and pix elated on one half of the screen. The lock screen has more times than I can count, not allowed me to unlock it. It just unlocked and then lock back immediately. Various spots on the touchscreen have now stated to become unresponsive to the touch and I have to restart the phone. Tech support has reset and backed up my phone 3 times now. So if you are planning on purchasing a phone stay with a real phone, Samsung. Stay away from the LG Junk. A $600.00 piece of absolute junk that I am stuck with for the next 2 years.
5 Stars out of 5

Contender for Phone of the Year.

Reviewed on Wednesday June 24, 2015 by , London, UK
This was my first LG phone and I was impressed with how premium they have made this plastic phone look and feel. The curved form factor not only makes it more comfortable to hold them today’s square phones but also attracts a lot of attention from passers-by. With it’s Quad HD screen and powerful processor this really feels like a top of the range device. Has it done enough to tear me away from the Note 4? Not quite, but it's pretty close. #trylgg4


+Quad HD Screen looks great
+Curved body really is a wow factor
+Camera is snappy and produces great quality images
+Processor is a real power-house
+Solid Battery life with removable battery
+Buttons on the back are weird to start but great once you get used to them


-Camera Manual mode can be a bit intimidating to a novice and it restricts what you can change on Auto Mode
-Speakers a little bit tinny at high volumes
-No wireless charging built in
-Poor viewing angles