A few days ago LG announced the G2, its latest Snapdragon 800 processor touting Android flagship smartphone. Verizon is one of the carriers that will be offering the device in the U.S. It appears that the carrier is having some sort of a “signup page week,” because in the last two days similar pages have gone live for the Moto X and the HTC One. Today, the signup page for Verizon LG G2 was put up online. Prospective customers can submit their email so that Verizon can notify them when the device becomes available.

One thing that these pages reveal is the carrier branding on the smartphone. In this particular case, there’s a Verizon logo upfront and the 4G LTE and Verizon logos have been plastered on the back, just below the volume controls. Yes, the LG G2 has its volume controls on the back, something you don’t see in most devices. The camera border appears to be bigger than the international version shown at launch and so do the volume buttons, other than that there’s nothing radically different. Verizon LG G2 does have an exclusive feature, something that the signup page revealed. Qi wireless charging is built into this particular model, meaning that its a Verizon exclusive feature.

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1920x1080 IPS LCD
Price (approximative)
~$145 - Amazon
13 MP
Image Stabilization
143 g
3000 mAh
Launched in
Snapdragon 800 + None
Storage (GB)
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