Now that the GSM carriers in the U.S. have announced their LG V30 launch plans, it’s time for the CDMA carriers to do the same.
Verizon says that it’ll launch the LG V30 on October 5th. No pricing information is available yet, but Verizon does say that it will not be offering pre-orders for the device.
Meanwhile, Sprint will begin selling the LG V30+ on October 13th. Pricing will be set at $0 down and $38 per month for a Sprint Flex lease, and Sprint says that new and existing customers can save $30 on the V30+ when they buy or upgrade online.
The one spec difference between the LG V30 and LG V30+ is that the V30+ comes with 128GB of built-in storage, double that of the standard V30. Both phones have a microSD slot, though, so you can add more storage if you need it.
Sprint touts that its LG V30+ will come with LG QuadPlay earbuds in the box. “They offer Quad Layer Speaker Technology to reproduce rich, accurate audio even at the extremes of both high and low frequencies,” Sprint says of these earbuds. “The premium fabric cable reduces tangling and minimizes the risk of introducing digital noise.”
For a limited time, new and upgrading Sprint customers can get a free LG V30+ on Sprint Flex lease when they buy one on lease. The free device will be covered by $38 monthly bill credits.
Finally, LG is offering a free Daydream View VR headset to customers that buy the LG V30 or V30+.