After a couple of weeks in which it's been available only for pre-order (with no proper release date mentioned), the LG V30S ThinQ is now finally in stock in the US. The new smartphone - announced back in February - is priced at $729.99 and can be purchased via B&H (see the source link below).
This is the official unlocked US variant of the V30S ThinQ and is offered in two not too different color variants: Matte Moroccan Blue, and Glossy Moroccan Blue. LG itself is listing the handset on its website and provides links to B&H, as this is the only retailer that's currently selling the device. You will be able to use the phone on most US carriers, including Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile, and Sprint.
The V30S ThinQ is superior to the LG V30 released in 2017, featuring 6 GB of RAM and 128 GB of internal memory (instead of 4 GB and 64 GB, respectively). The new handset also comes with various AI software enhancements, although most of these are available on the old V30, too, thanks to a recent update.
V30S ThinQ aside, LG has an even newer high-end phone - the G7 ThinQ, which will be launched in the US in the coming weeks, possibly for around $700. Decisions, decisions.