Unlocked LG G6+ drops to $630 in the US, but there's a major downside
No matter whether or not the LG G6+ will be officially introduced in the United States, those who absolutely must own this high-end smartphone can already purchase it via Amazon. The phone was available through unofficial means since July last year, but for a $700 outright price.
Now, you can buy one for just $630 as long as you don't dislike the blue color. Amazon has the unlocked LG G6+ in blue color up for purchase for $629.99, while the gold version can be had for $649.
The bad news is the phone doesn't come with a warranty, just like it didn't come with one when it was first listed on Amazon more than six months ago. Another downside would be the fact that it's not compatible with any of the CDMA carriers in the US, which means you'll only be able to use it on AT&T and T-Mobile networks.
If that doesn't bother you, then the LG G6+ is a fairly decent high-end smartphone, which comes with slight improvements over the regular model (128GB internal storage). Or you could wait for LG to officially bring it to the US, but there's no guarantee that will happen.