Latest in Gear

Image credit: Chris Velazco/Engadget

LG's V30 will be available in the US on October 5th

That’s the online release date; in-store availability varies between carriers.
202 Shares
Share
Tweet
Share
Save

Sponsored Links

Chris Velazco/Engadget

There's been a bit of hype surrounding the LG V30 phone; our senior editor for mobile, Chris Velazco, was very impressed with it, saying "it's been ages since LG built a phone this good." Now, we have some release information for you. It's coming to all four US carriers and will be available starting October 5th. We're still waiting on confirmation of that date from Sprint.

T-Mobile will have preorders starting at 5:00 am PT on October 5th; you can walk into a store and buy one on October 13th. Pricing is $80 down and $30 per month on a plan, or $800 at full retail. AT&T is allowing DirecTV customers a buy one, get one free if you add a line and use AT&T Next to purchase both; their full price is $810. You can order online on October 5th or buy a phone in stores on the 6th. We still don't have pricing information from Sprint or Verizon, but Verizon has confirmed it will have phones in store on the 5th, as well as online.

The LG V30 is the only phone that will currently work on T-Mobile's 600 MHz network, which is available in Cheyenne, Wyoming, and Scarborough, Maine. It's also compatible with AT&T's 5G tech, called Evolution, which is available in Indianapolis and Austin, Texas.

Gallery: Hands-on with the LG V30 | 19 Photos

Source: T-Mobile, AT&T
In this article: gear, lg, lgv30, mobile
All products recommended by Engadget are selected by our editorial team, independent of our parent company. Some of our stories include affiliate links. If you buy something through one of these links, we may earn an affiliate commission.
Comment
Comments
Share
202 Shares
Share
Tweet
Share
Save

Popular on Engadget

IKEA's AR furniture app now lets you preview an entire room

IKEA's AR furniture app now lets you preview an entire room

View
Google may have taken first step towards quantum computing 'supremacy'

Google may have taken first step towards quantum computing 'supremacy'

View
Nintendo seriously needs to fix multi-Switch game sharing

Nintendo seriously needs to fix multi-Switch game sharing

View
Readers relive their experiences with the original NES

Readers relive their experiences with the original NES

View
On Nintendo's 130th birthday, here are five books about its history

On Nintendo's 130th birthday, here are five books about its history

View

From around the web

Page 1Page 1ear iconeye iconFill 23text filevr