Following T-Mobile, AT&T and Verizon have now announced LG G2 pricing and availability

by: Andrew GrushSeptember 5, 2013

LG G2 Review

Earlier today, T-mobile confirmed its pricing and release details for the LG G2, and now it’s AT&T and Verizon’s turn.

While both carriers are pricing the handset at $199.99 with contract, AT&T will beat Verizon (and T-Mobile) to the punch by releasing the LG G2 on the 6th of September. The catch here is that this is for online only sales, as AT&T’s version of the G2 won’t arrive to stores until the 13th.

So what about Verizon? Big Red will see LG’s impressive flagship on September 12th, both online and in-store.

No matter what carrier you choose, the LG G2 is essentially the same device across all three providers. The biggest difference is carrier branding, that and Verizon’s version is the only one that will support wireless charging.

For those that need the reminder, the LG G2 features a 5.2-inch Full HD IPS LCD display and is powered by a 2.26 Ghz quad-core Snapdragon 800 processor. Other specs include 2GB RAM, 16/32GB internal storage, a 13MP rear camera with OIS, a 2.4MP front camera and a 3,000 mAh battery. The LG G2 also comes loaded with Android 4.2 Jelly Bean, alongside LG’s UI and custom features. [Complete LG G2 Specs List]

If you’re still unsure if the LG G2 is right for you, check out our full review. Want to know how the LG G2 stands up against the Galaxy S4 or recently announced Note 3? You’ll also want to take a look at our quick comparison videos.

So what do you think, planning on picking up the G2 or not?

  • Xavier_NYC

    I wonder if AT&T does same day shipping and delivery…

  • poop

    Right now, it’s N5 or G2. Soon as we see the Nexus beast of 2013 has to offer, I’ll make my decision :) Do me well, LG; do me well.

  • PopeJamal

    I WANT to like this phone, but only 16GB of storage is a deal breaker for me. I’m one of THOSE people: the ones that like to have all of their games installed at the same time, and that’s just not possible for me with only 16GB.

    If my carrier comes through with a 32GB version, then the GN3 might have some serious competition.

  • oli72

    Take my money Google. Nexus 5 I’m getting.

  • Eddy

    The miraculous endurance of the G2 paired with a high-level screen and processor, make it one of the most tempting smartphones I’ve seen in the last six months.