Plenty of people have been eager to get their hands on LG's new flagship, and it looks like T-Mobile may be the first of the big American companies to get it. A PR message this morning said that Magenta will start selling the LG G3 on July 16th, a little over two weeks from now. If you want to make sure you get yours on day one, you can pre-order the phone in black and white at this page.


The G3 will cost $598.80 on T-Mobile, and by the time it gets a full release you'll certainly be able to break that up with the standard JUMP plans. The phone has some truly jaw-dropping hardware, including a Snapdragon 801 processor, 3GB of RAM (on the 32GB model), and a 13 megapixel camera with optical stabilization, but the star of the show is the 5.5" 2560x1440 LCD screen.

In case you're wondering, the top-of-the-line phones from Samsung (Galaxy S5) and HTC (One M8) are also available from T-Mobile, and all four carriers will get the G3 eventually. Android fans in America have an embarrassing amount of choice for high-end hardware at the moment, even ignoring the great stuff you can get from unlocked GSM phones. Need a little help deciding? Check out our exhaustive review of the G3.