LG on Wednesday unveiled its new flagship device, the LG G2, but it didn’t provide pricing details and launch dates for the device.
While LG did say that the phone will be available from the four main U.S. carriers, and other mobile operators, later this year, it did not reveal actual availability information.
However, a German website has already listed the LG G2 for pre-order, suggesting that the 16GB model will cost €599 and the 32GB model will sell for €629. The handset is available in black or white, no matter what capacity you’d pre-order, but a ship date is not provided by the retailer.
Interestingly, electronics retailer Notebooks Billiger also lists on-contract prices for the device, starting at €49.90 or €79.99, depending on storage, with new Vodafone contracts.
That said, should the prices be confirmed in the near future, we can expect the device to be priced similarly in the USA, but in U.S. dollars, therefore $599 and $629 for the unlocked 16GB and 32GB versions, respectively.
So far, Sprint and Verizon have already announced they will sell the LG G2 in the future, without providing availability details.