AT&T will start selling the LG G3 on July 11th.

The successor to the wildly popular LG G2 boasts a large 5.5” QHD display,  a powerful Snapdragon 801 processor,  and  3072 MB of internal RAM.

The 13MB camera has been slightly modified with the addition of laser auto-focus designed to make it the fastest focusing smartphone on market. The camera’s interface has also been simplified and the capabilities of the camcorder have been increased.

Additionally, the LG G3 will now support storage expansion for microSD, microSDHC, and microSDXC cards up to 128 GB.

It will contain built-in wireless charging capability and a removable battery, all crucial features the G2 lacked.  The LG G3 is everything consumers wanted the LG G2 to be.

AT&T will start accepting pre-orders on July 9th.

Alternately, you can wait for T-Mobile, Sprint, and Verizon to release their own LG G3 versions later this month.

In any case, expect to pay roughly $199 dollars for the LG G3 with a two-year contract.

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