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The fight has been among Samsung, Apple and Xiaomi for a period, but OnePlus has launched a rocket in India and has ridden it up into the premium space.
It's been a couple months and change since the last of the three other carriers pushed their Android 8.0 updates to their V30 units.
Not only is the LG V30S ThinQ a (slightly) different phone from the V30 and V30+, but it's now officially available in the US without a listed shipping date.
The LG V30+ can be a very smart buy at $599.95 unlocked, as the V30S ThinQ starts selling around the world, and the G7 is likely right around the corner.
The LG V30 is now officially updated to Android 8.0 Oreo on two of four major US wireless service providers, namely Verizon and Sprint.
Conflicting reports of different LG G7 release timelines continue to come in, with that "upgraded" V30 likely to see daylight at MWC 2018 sans fanfare.
The two carriers are at each other's throats with big credit doles and new phones to give out. Which will you side with? Or are these deals just dumb?
The latest (semi-plausible) theory concerning LG's high-end 2018 smartphone release plans calls for an LG V30+ Alpha announcement at MWC next month.
This price makes some LG fans in the United States jealous — this is the equivalent of $700. And there are some big pre-order perks.
It's taken 26 days to get this program actually booted up, but it's finally happening for South Korean V30 and V30+ owners.
Buy one iPhone, get one for free. Buy a Samsung? Buy an LG? Get one for free. Simple as can be, but not for long, says T-Mobile.
So many deals, so little time. But if it's just a few clicks away anyways, you can take a little time to do a little research. We have it all in one place.
It's supposed to be a step above Apple and all the rest of them. Meanwhile, OnePlus joins a couple of trends with its latest phone, too. We discuss!
The big idea here is that if you buy a V30 or V30+ and another LG electronic or appliance by December 2, you get that rebate!
T-Mobile's already robust high-end smartphone family grows with two new 600 MHz-supporting members, both priced north of $800.
US Cellular is the only (semi-) major wireless service provider stateside that carries both the LG V30 and V30+, charging $800 and up.
That's $38 per month for 18 months, the term of the lease, and 24 months if you'd like to own the device. Or two, if you sign up for it quick.
We now know exactly when to expect the LG V30 to start selling through Verizon, AT&T and T-Mobile. And yes, you'll get a two-year warranty as standard.
Or, for that matter, the rest of the world. Two of the big three carriers in the South started shipping V30 and V30+ units out.
The carrier's CEO announced the news in the hours after the V30's reveal event. Plenty of details remain to be known at this early stage.
Actually wondering if the LG V30+ was going to be a real thing? Some say it might be as real as the LG G6+ is. Also, ESS Technology gets another job.
This phone will also take custom passphrases with its always-on microphones and let you change the music while it's off with its always-on display.
Watch today's Pocketnow Daily as we talk about the rumored LG V30 Plus, and how it might go all out, Microsoft Surface response & more