You Can Now Buy the LG V30 Unlocked in the US for $820


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LG’s V30 has made little to no waves here in the United States, but it’s at least been on the market thanks to carriers offering the handset. However, if the reason you have yet to buy a V30 is due to only carriers carrying it, wait no longer as B&H Photo has posted the V30 as available on their website completely unlocked, meaning you can use it on any carrier you wish. Of course, it’ll cost you a hefty $820, but in reality and compared to other leading smartphones on the market, that’s a less-expensive price to pay for what I call the best phone of 2017.

For reference, the LG V30 packs a 6-inch bezel-less Quad HD+ display, Snapdragon 835 processor, 4GB of RAM, 64GB of storage, dual rear cameras, Android Nougat with a promised upgrade to Android Oreo, a 3300mAh battery, a headphone jack, a USB-C port with quick charging, wireless charging, and a gorgeous glass design.


One Reply to “You Can Now Buy the LG V30 Unlocked in the US for $820”

  1. […] largely been available through retailers locked to a specific carrier. This changed last week when B&H Photo began selling the device here in the United States unlocked for $820. Now, Best Buy is jumping on […]

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