LG has launched the unlocked version of the V30 in America

The unlocked model of the LG V30 has one excellent thing going for it; it is compatible with the important carriers present in America. They are Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile, Sprint, and others and while it might be an expensive purchase for you, just keep in mind that the flagship is more capable than you’re being led on.

LG has launched the unlocked version of the V30 in America

The phone can either be purchased from the online retailer B&H or LG’s official website for customers in the United States. If you make a purchase from B&H, then you’re entitled to a $400 rebate if you buy another LG product. Problem is that the deal is going to finish on December 2, so you will have to hurry up.

For the hardware, you get a Snapdragon 835, something that was missed on the G6 and G6+. You also get more screen as the LG V30 features fewer bezels than the G6, though it also means that the smartphone is now as fragile as the likes of the iPhone X so you will need to be extra careful with the flagship.

Reviewers have praised the dual camera present at the rear side of the V30 and for a couple of months, the flagship held the title of the smartphone that possesses the widest camera aperture for a mobile phone. Its video and image capturing prowess are beyond impressive and because it features an OLED screen, the video quality will look absolutely stunning on this.

It also features a Hi-Fi Quad DAC chip and support for wireless charging so in short, you have everything going right for the smartphone. The only problem is that the gadget features an $819.99 price tag for the unlocked version.

Its price tag is cheaper than the iPhone X and what’s more is you’re given an opportunity to get a rebate up to $400 so enjoy this deal while it lasts.

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