The LG V30, successor to the V20 from 2016 could very much qualify to be one of the best flagship phablets for the year, but much like other flagships in its category, it obviously does not come with cheap price tag.
The device which is basically LG’s take on the Galaxy Note 8 was announced about a month ago while the availability and pricing in the UK & US were shrouded in secrecy. But that has taken a different twist as various stores and carriers in the UK and the US have revealed availability details and price tags of the flagship LG V30.
LG V30 Price in the US
AT&T says the flagship LG V30 will be on for pre-order on October 5th and available in stores from October 6th. The device will set you back for a sum of $810 or a 30-month payment plan of $27/month.
Users on T-Mobile network will be able to take pre-orders from October 5 while sales begin from October 13.If a one-time payment plan isn’t convenient, T-Mobile is offering customers the opportunity to grab the device on a monthly payment plan of $30/month, with $80 paid up front.
LG V30 Price in the UK
A SIM-free LG V30 on Carphone Warehouse will cost £800 out rightly, while Vodafone offers the same device for one-time payment of £896 and £34/month with £80 payment upfront. Vodafone is also offering 24 months of unlimited calls and texts and 1GB of 4G data a month incentives. Delivery is free and begins from November 1.
The LG V30 is LG’s flagship phablet and the successor to the v20.It features a 6” P-OLED screen with 1440×2880 pixels, that covers 82% of the front. It is HDR10 enabled and supports Always on Display as expected. The device lacks the secondary display which was a major highlight of the V20 and has been replaced by a combo of the Floating bar and the Always on Display functionality.You can find the V30 full specs & features here.