The LG V30 now contains a release date from the US. Properly, release dates is a lot more correct. It’s coming to all 4 major carriers commencing early subsequent month, but specific availability differs between them. Verizon is obtaining a jump on its competition and launching the phone on Oct fifth. Comprehensive pricing information is “coming quickly.”

Most many others are getting preorders starting up on that date, but in-store availability is everywhere in the position. AT&T will launch the V30 just one day later on October 6th for $810 or $27/month for 30 months. T-Mobile says it is coming October 13th for $800 or $80 down and $30/month for 24 months. This is the first device to support T-Mobile’s 600 Mhz LTE spectrum, which the carrier is making a big deal about. It is the sixth device that AT&T classifies as “5G Evolution capable.”

Unlike the other carriers, Sprint will be selling the V30+ model, which comes with 128GB of storage, but at a higher price – either $38/month for 18 month through Sprint’s Flex program or $912 comprehensive retail price. The carrier is also offering a “lease one get one free” program for new and upgrading customers too.

LG’s V30 provides a 6-inch OLED HDR display with minimal bezels, Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 835 processor, 64GB of storage, 4GB RAM, a hi-fi quad DAC, dual cameras on back (one of them super wide-angle), unmatched manual camera controls, water resistance, wireless charging, and far more. It is definitely a powerhouse of a flagship phone if you can put up with LG’s software, which was my biggest gripe with an early preview unit.