The LG V30 has been available for purchase in the United States for quite some time now, however, customers who wanted an unlocked variant had to wait. It wasn’t launched with the carrier-locked models. Customers in the United States can finally pre-order the unlocked LG V30. That doesn’t mean that the wait is going to end soon for them, though. It’s not shipping immediately.

The locked variant of the LG V30 can be purchased from carriers like AT&T, Verizon, and T-Mobile. Sprint is selling the LG V30+. The company didn’t launch the unlocked variant when this handset was initially made available in the country.

It’s now possible pre-order the unlocked LG V30 in the United States. B&H has started taking pre-orders for this particular variant of the LG flagship. Since it’s a flagship, customers will have to dish out a lot of money.

B&H is selling the unlocked LG V30 for $829.99. Even after paying the amount upfront, it’s not like customers will get their handset in two days. B&H mentions that the unlocked LG V30 is not going to ship until December 5th.

Customers will be able to order it in the Cloud Silver color as that’s the only one B&H has the device available in. The unlocked LG V30 is going to be compatible with all GSM and CDMA carriers in the country so customers can take their device to the carrier of their choice.

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F1.6 Aperture
158 g
3300 mAh
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