Sprint said a couple of weeks back that it was exclusively offering the LG V30+ in the United States. It appears that the exclusivity was timed for a short period of time. That’s because U.S. Cellular has now started selling the slightly improved model of the LG V30, and by slightly I really mean slightly. There isn’t a world of difference between the LG V30 and V30+.

As previously mentioned, there aren’t a lot of differences between the LG V30 and V30+. The former comes with 64GB of storage while the latter has 128GB. Other than that, the only difference is that there’s a nicer pair of earphones in the LG V30+’s box.

That’s all there is to it so if your preferred carrier isn’t offering the LG V30+, it’s not like you’re losing out on much. If you’d rather have the LG V30, U.S. Cellular is offering that as well.

The carrier is asking $30.20 per month for 20 months for the LG V30+ and $28.32 per month for 30 months. The handsets carry a full retail price of $799 and $849 respectively. On the other hand, Sprint is charging $38 per month for the LG V30+ on its two-year lease plan.

If you’re interested, you can order the LG V30 and LG V30+ from U.S. Cellular’s website starting today.

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  • 2880x1440
  • P-OLED
  • 537 PPI
13 MP
  • f/1.6 Aperture
  • OIS
3300 mAh
  • Non-Removable
  • Wireless Charging
  • Snapdragon 835
  • MicroSD
~$855 - Amazon
158 g
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Storage (GB)
  • 64
  • 128
LG V30 Review
Score: 9/10

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