The LG G6 was one of the most impressive devices launched at the Mobile World Congress (MWC 2017) a few weeks ago. While introducing this new smartphone, LG, however, did not reveal price points and release dates. But it looks like the wait is finally coming to an end for US consumers. Although it depends on your carrier, the G6 might be hitting shelves as early as 30th of this month. The smartphone will retail at around $650.
Already, AT&T has said that it’ll accept pre-orders for the LG G6 as from today (March 17), and the device will be available in-store starting on April 7. The carrier is offering its consumers with a variety of payment plans for the G6. For instance, consumers can pay 24 USD for 30 months, or 30 USD for 24 months. The firm has however not confirmed its final retail price.
Similarly, T-Mobile has said that it will have the LG G6 available in its stores starting April 7. The carrier said it’ll be selling this smartphone at $650, and offers a payment plan entailing $26 down payment, plus $26 paid monthly through 24 months.
Verizon appears to be the carrier that will make the G6 available earliest to its customers. The company said that it could have the LG G6 as early as March 30, with a full retail price of $672, or 28 dollars paid monthly for 24 months.
The LG G6 is a premium flagship, and the $650 to $680 price range makes a lot of sense. The device will be more expensive than last year’s LG G5.
We are going to do a full review of the LG G6 pretty soon. In the meantime, let’s watch the carriers between March 30 and April 7.