The LG G3 has been one of the most hotly-anticipated Android phones in quite a while without a doubt, and that’s largely because of the reputation its predecessor, the LG G2, garnered through its availability on an assortment of carriers in the US. The G3 isn’t about to buck that trend, as Verizon has just joined AT&T in announcing information about the phone’s debut on its network. These Verizon LG G3 availability details include price along with a date.
Without a doubt, the coolest thing about the LG G3 on Verizon is the price — it comes in at just $99.99 when coupled with a two-year service agreement, and there’s no real catch. This is even the 3GB of RAM / 32GB of ROM configuration, not the 2GB / 16GB LG is alternatively offering. The G3 will run $29.99 a month on Verizon’s EDGE financing plan, or $599.99 with no contract.
For a quick refresher on specs, you’ll get a 5.5-inch quad HD (2K) display, a Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 processor at 2.5 GHz, 3GB of RAM, and other powerful specs. To see how this all translates into real-world experience, be sure to check out our full review (and our rebuttal to said review).
It will be available in either black or white on July 17, with pre-orders beginning today (July 10). Go grab it at the source link if the sound of Verizon’s G3 tickles your fancy.