While it’s not as fancy as the V30 Signature Edition recently
the LG V30+ is still superior to the regular V30. That’s because it offers
double the storage space (128 GB vs. 64 GB), and comes with premium LG QuadPlay
headphones in the box (while the normal V30 has no headphones at all).
If you’re interested in getting the unlocked LG V30+, for
now, the handset can be pre-ordered only via B&H, one of LG’s official
retail partners (though a proper release date isn’t listed). The smartphone is priced at $929.99, so it’s visibly more expensive
than the unlocked V30, which costs $819.99 at B&H, or $799.99 at Best Buy.
Similar to the unlocked V30, the unlocked LG V30+ is
compatible with all relevant
carriers, including Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile, Sprint, and so on. The new handset
comes with 2-year warranty, but you’ll have to register it with LG for this.
News credit : Phonearena