If you trade-in your old smartphone when purchasing the G5, Sprint can offer you at least $150 credit, plus an accessory bundle comprised of an extra battery, a charging cradle, and a USB-C to Micro USB adapter.
The LG G5 is already available to pre-order at AT&T - which, just like Sprint, will release the device on April 1. That's also when Verizon is expected to start selling the smartphone, while T-Mobile plans to do it a bit earlier: on March 29.
Succeeding the G4 from last year, the G5 is LG's first G series smartphone to be made out of metal, as well as the company's first handset to have a modular design (allowing users to easily swap out the battery, and replace it with another battery, or with one of the LG Friends accessories). The LG G5 offers a number of attractive, high-end features, including a 5.3-inch Quad HD display, a powerful Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 processor, 4 GB of RAM, and a 16 MP dual rear camera. To find out more about the handset, check out our LG G5 preview.