The LG V30 was announced nearly a month ago, but the company hasn’t revealed any availability details until just recently. Starting next week, the phone will launch in the US.
In case you’ve forgotten, and we wouldn’t blame you if you had since it’s been quite a while since the announcement, it packs a 6-inch QHD HDR certified screen with a Snapdragon 835 and 4GB of RAM. The phone also includes a Quad DAC for the audiophiles along with a headphone jack and a dual camera setup on the back featuring an incredible f/1.6 aperture. This is also LG’s first Daydream certified phone, includes an IP68 certification, and offers wireless charging.
Beginning October 5th AT&T customers can pre-order the LG V30 online or see it in stores on the 6th. For a limited time, you can get a free LG V30 with purchase of an LG V30 when you buy both on AT&T Next, add a line with eligible service, and have service with DIRECTV as well.
The LG V30 will set you back $27 per month for 30 months on AT&T Next. The V30 is one of the latest phones to support AT&T’s 5G network available in select areas.
T-Mobile is also offering pre-orders for the LG V30 starting October 5th for $80 down and $30 per month on their Equipment Installment Plan. You can also grab on in-store starting October 13th. The V30 takes advantage of the 600 MHz spectrum offering up to lightning-fast gigabit speeds where available.
The LG V30 is also coming to Verizon and on October 5th you can pre-order yours. However, at this time no pricing information is available.Source: AT&T Source: T-Mobile Source: Verizon