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You can now buy an unlocked LG V30+ in the US

Starting today, December 22, you can buy an unlocked LG V30+
in the US.
The smartphone is officially offered by LG via retailer B&H, and obviously
comes with US warranty (for 2 years, as long as you register the device with
LG).

 

B&H says it can ship the unlocked LG V30+ on December 26
if you’re placing an order today, so you could get this as a late Christmas gift. As previously reported, the handset costs $929.99,
being noticeably more expensive than the unlocked LG V30 (available since
early December for around $800). Of course, the higher price will get you extra
features – 128 GB of storage space (instead of the 64 GB available on the
regular V30), plus a pair of premium LG QuadPlay earphones.

 

If you’re purchasing the unlocked LG V30+, you will be able to
use it on most relevant US
carriers, including Verizon Wireless, AT&T, T-Mobile, and Sprint. The new smartphone currently runs Android 7 Nougat, but LG is getting ready to update
it to Android 8 Oreo. So, any buyers here?

 

sources: LG, B&H

News credit : Phonearena

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