Unlocked LG V30 now officially available in the US

Unlocked LG V30 now officially available in the US

Starting today, December 1, LG Mobile USA is officially selling an unlocked version of its V30 smartphone. For now, the unlocked V30 is only available via retailer B&H, in one color variant: Cloud Silver. The phone costs $819.99, this price being in line with what all US carriers are charging for the V30 (if bought outright).

Update (December 4): Best Buy is now offering the unlocked V30, too, asking $799 for it.


The unlocked LG V30 works on all relevant carriers (Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile, Sprint, etc), and obviously comes with US warranty. If you're ordering the handset tomorrow (December 2) the latest, you can take advantage of a recent promotion allowing you to get up to $400 back when you purchase an additional LG device.   


Available on most US carriers since September, the LG V30 still runs Android 7 Nougat. Fortunately, an update to Android 8 Oreo should be released soon - possibly for the unlocked variant first.


The V30 is arguably one of the best LG-made smartphones in recent years, offering a nice design and a slew of pretty attractive features (like Qualcomm's Snapdragon 835 processor, a powerful dual rear camera, 64 GB of expandable storage space, and decent battery life). You can find out much more about the handset by checking out our LG V30 review.    


sources: Best BuyB&H, LG


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