Major carriers in the United States have confirmed their pricing and availability details for the LG V30 but not for the V30+, because most of them don’t have it. Sprint is actually the only major U.S. carrier to offer the LG V30+ at launch. The handset brings twice the onboard memory compared to the LG V30 as well as a higher quality sound experience for music and video content.

There aren’t a lot of differences between the LG V30 and the V30+. However, it does come with 128GB of onboard storage out of the box and that can be expanded further via the microSD card slot.

The handset features a Hi-Fi Quad DAC for an enhanced audio experience, but it’s not like the regular V30 doesn’t have it as well. It even ships with a better pair of QuadPlay Earbuds. It’s actually the only V30 model that comes with the QuadPlay earbuds in the box.

Sprint is going to launch the LG V30+ on October 13th. The handset will be available for purchase from the carrier’s stores and via its website. Customers will have to pay $38 per month for it with Sprint Flex and $0 down. New customers can save $30 if they purchase the handset online while existing customers can save $30 by upgrading online.

Filed in Cellphones. Read more about LG, LG V30 and Sprint. Source: newsroom.sprint

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