The LG V30 is a phone that has managed to turn quite some heads during these past weeks. It drops the gimmicks and includes top of the line specifications, a 6″ 18:9 FullVision POLED display with smaller bezels than the LG G6, improved camera hardware and audio capabilities, and more. And with the LG V30 announcement last month, we also got to know the LG V30+, which, just like the LG G6 and the LG G6+, is pretty much a slightly beefed up version of the V30. Sprint has officially announced that they will be the sole carrier selling the LG V30+ in the United States, at least at launch.
The phone will be launching on October 13th exclusively through Sprint. This means that you will be able to pick up the latest and greatest from LG in Sprint stores or at the Sprint website. And being the only carrier selling the phone at launch, they are also celebrating the LG V30+ launch with a deal.
For a limited time, new and upgrading Sprint users who get the phone through the Sprint Flex lease program (which offers the V30+ for $38 per month) will get a second leased V30+ completely free. Additionally, as a result of a Daydream partnership with Google, V30+ users will get a free Daydream View headset with their device.
The LG V30+ is pretty much identical to the LG V30, but it includes twice the on board storage of the V30, at 128GB instead of 64GB. Unlike the LG G6+, though, it doesn’t include a RAM bump, and the LG V30+ stays with the stock 4 GB of RAM. It also includes a pair of wired LG Quad Play earbuds in the box, which provides a superior audio experience accompanied by the V30’s Quad DAC. If you’re interested in grabbing an LG V30+, you can hop on your nearest Sprint store or order it online starting on October 13th.