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All four US carriers to sell the LG G2

 Talk about the LG G2 over at AndroidForums.com!

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LG has announced that its newly-revealed G2 will be coming to all four major carriers here in the United States, which would include Verizon, AT&T, Sprint and T-Mobile. Of course, those in other countries typically don’t have to worry about availability as most major carriers in most countries tend to sell most flagship devices. And being able to buy the device SIM unlocked and use it on mostly any carrier in your country also can’t hurt.

None of the carriers have a solid date to give us outside of “later this year,” though we imagine those details will be coming along in due time. We also don’t have a clue on pricing, but folks can expect the usual $200 or $300 after a two-year contract agreement, and anywhere between $100 and $200 down for T-Mobile. Everyone will have a chance to own this thing before too long.

Continue reading on the LG G2 forums, see the specs, or find news and reviews.




  • http://twitter.com/gamercore Chris Chavez

    LG makin’ moves! :O

    • IHATEHIPSTERSSS

      r.i.p g$4

      • yankeesusa

        Really? I love this lg phone but this phone was made to compete with note 2 and right now note 2 can still keep up with most phones, imagine what note 3 will bring. One thing is for sure, this may be my next phone over the note 3 just because its 5.2 and more comfortable in the hand. If the note 3 is 5.7 like they said and the body of phone is also bigger I will not be getting it.

        • MITM

          this isnt a phablet nor a Note competitor

          • yankeesusa

            It might not be to some but lg is directly saying that a phone bigger than 5.2 is not comfortable to hold and is directly releasing a phone that is bigger than most. Unless you have some news that we are not aware of and lg is coming out with a 6″ screen phone?

          • MITM

            heard of the LG Optimus G Pro?

          • yankeesusa

            Yes, and although that phone is more of a comparison to the note 2, lg is getting rid of their “optimus” line to start fresh. Or at least that’s that the rumors are saying. So with this new g2 they are directly competing with phones bigger than 5 and those smaller by saying “it fits comfortably in your hand”. Either way this I as a note 2 owner and thinking that it fits fine in my hands am really thinking of getting the g2 because its even easier yet it will still feel big.

        • adam

          This phone wasn’t made to compete with the Note2. Its competing with the gs4. LG said that there phablets will keep the Vu name. When the new Vu comes out, that’ll compete with the Note series.

  • Rauel Crespo

    And this phone will STILL be cheaper unlocked than the Moto-X…despite the orders of magnitude better hardware. And on contract it’ll be probably the same price as the Moto-X….

  • Marcos Peña

    Moto what?!? I know what I’m getting.

  • Steven Skwarkowski

    Impressive. This makes the S4 look sad and old. Samsung really screwed up with the S4 IMHO. Way to go LG!

    • Ron_Swanson

      Calm down. sad and old? take it easy…

    • yankeesusa

      What are you talking about? This was lg’s answer to the note 2 not the s4. And new phones are coming out all the time which makes a previous phone look old. But as far as sad? Calm down i say. My note 2 can still put up a fight against this phone. example, larger screen, bigger battery, smart spen, all the features that now lg has like smart pause, when on a text you can put to ear and it dials automatically.
      So in other words, this phone is awesome but the note 3 is still not out, not to mention the htc mega or max or whatever their gonna call it.

      • Steven Skwarkowski

        No, I mus’nt calm down. You calm down! My morning coffee wasnt strong enough. Must rage!!!!

        http://31.media.tumblr.com/tumblr_m3p7h7yLDV1qgjdk2o1_500.jpg

        • Blkegk

          such a pathetic attempt for attention. the thirst is strong in this one.

          • Steven Skwarkowski

            Such a pathetic attempt at ruining my mood! Sorry if I am having a little fun and this irritates you. You should lighten up, life is too short to take it that seriously.

          • yankeesusa

            I agree, life is short. But how is this site taking a cheap shot at samsung? From all the posts Ive read they just relay the news. But you could be right. I guess we’ll see what note 3 has to offer. Can’t wait. September is too far away!

      • adam

        LG’s answer to the Note2 was the Optimus G Pro! What are u talking about?!

  • Jeff72

    LG G2 or wait for next Nexus….decisions, decisions…

    • MG83

      If Google is going with LG again, wait for the Nexus version. You’ll get KLP and timely updates.

  • HotInEER

    Looks great, this might be my first LG phone I ever get.

  • Eion

    Now we just need them to remove that giant LG logo from the bottom front. Then again Verizon will probably just slap their logo in the same spot if LG removed theirs.

  • toomuchgame441

    May have to cop this and trade out my HTC One… I hope they refined that ugly UI, perhaps got it closer to stock

    • onlygoodtime88

      HTC ONE is still the best phone ever made to date.

      • yankeesusa

        Yes, to date maybe. But overall if you look at the specs the lg g2 once released and tested will most likely pass it. Especially since it is a bigger screen yet you can still hold it with one hand comfortably… or at least that’s what lg said.

        • Anthony McKay

          You’re gonna be saying this every 6 months about “X” being better than “X” phone. It’s gonna keep going around and around like a record..

        • paxmos

          You probably have very big hands!!

          • compwrench

            The hands-on video at Engadget.com featured a girl. I kept thinking her hands must be huge!

          • paxmos

            lol, that is so funny.

      • MrDSL

        A phone without removable storage or battery is not the best ever made..

        • compwrench

          I could possibly go for no removable storage but not the battery. Batteries become about 50% effective after just a year. Imagine having to toss your laptop because the battery had reached end of life. Full price on Smartphones are way more expensive than laptops these days.

      • NIGHTSCOUT

        LMAO! This reminds me when Kanye interrupted the scarecrow’s acceptance speech during the VMA’s
        LG-G2: I know you have good looks and all, but the HTC One is the best phone of all time!

      • phinn

        I almost agree but the bezel is just too big.

  • NYCHitman1

    I’ll wait for the next Nexus phone, which should be a fork of this device.

  • BigCiX

    I need some news of a new Nexus…..asap!

    • Marsg

      Its too early , its 2 months away

  • Kehin Faux

    HTC could barly pull this off with the HTC One sad..

  • Katia

    The Koreans are seriously addicted to plastic, e.g. http://ow.ly/nJqtQ if you know what I mean..

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      Yes, and although that phone is
      more of a comparison to the note 2, lg is getting rid of their “optimus”
      line to start fresh. Or at least that’s that the rumors are saying. So
      with this new g2 they are directly competing with phones bigger than 5
      and those smaller by saying “it fits comfortably in your hand”. Either
      way this I as a note 2 owner and thinking that it fits fine in my hands
      am really thinking of getting the g2 because its even easier yet it will
      still feel big.

  • WadeDogg

    gimme gimme gimme