The LG V30+, or LG V30 ‘Plus,’ began as a Sprint exclusive in the US. Since the handset’s release, it has arrived on US Cellular, and now it’s making way to T-Mobile for a premium price tag of $849.
Amazon’s Prime Exclusive Phone lineup expanded last week to include Lenovo’s Moto X4. Today, LG has joined the program that displays advertisements on the user’s lockscreen in exchange for a discount in price. Best of all, several of LG’s latest and greatest smartphones have been added.
The LG V30 has been unveiled as the standard smartphone of the two LG unveiled at the end of August. But the LG V30 Plus (known formally as the LG V30+) was considered to be the more exciting of the two V30 models.
Last week, major carriers in the US confirmed availability for LG’s new V30 smartphone. Today, two have begun selling the device.
Google has introduced a new Android Wear beta based on this year’s Android Oreo system upgrade for mobile. The interface that will bring you beyond Android Wear 2.0, which alone still hasn’t hit everybody, brings some improvements and enhancements.
Google was right when it said that its assistant would become part of our everyday lives. Recently, Google Assistant support expanded to include headphones and a slew of speakers, and now, appliances. LG has announced that 87 of its Wi-Fi smart home appliances are now compatible with the Google Assistant via the Google Home speaker, and compatible Android and iOS devices. This achievement has been made possible by the Google Assistant SDK.
The LG V30 is one of the biggest and most feature-rich smartphones we’ve heard about all year. The phone has been available in LG’s homeland of South Korea for a few weeks now, and today, some US carriers confirmed availability of LG’s new flagship.
In perhaps the hottest news of the day, popular leaker Evan Blass has suggested something interesting about LG V30 pre-orders. According to a leaked promotional advertisement, a pre-order of LG V30 could land you Google’s second-generation Daydream View VR headset free of charge.