This new device is kind of odd, very experimental and boasts some of the best specifications available on the market. Its 5.3-inch Quad HD display is great for viewing all types of media, the Snapdragon 820 processor will be able to perform pretty much any task you throw at it, and that 16MP camera seems like it can shoot one heck of a photo so far. So, is this going to be your next smartphone? If you’re wondering when and where you can get your hands on one of these devices, we’ve got you covered.
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Since the G5 was just announced hours ago we don’t have all the availability details as of yet, but we’ll definitely update this list as we learn more. We do know however that it will arrive to U.S. carriers sometime this Spring. Also, no carriers have given pricing information yet, so we might need to wait awhile before we know how much it will cost.
AT&T has announced it will carry the LG G5, but has yet to announce an exact date or price. It will also carry a few modules for the smartphone, including the 360 CAM virtual reality camera, LG 360 VR, and the LG 360 Sound Bluetooth speaker. If you’d like to keep up to date on LG G5 news at AT&T, you can check out more details at this link.
Verizon says it will carry the G5 sometime this Spring in both Titan and Silver color options, along with “select LG companion device modules and accessories.”
Sprint has revealed that it will also carry the G5 and the LG 360 Cam, though no price or availability details were given.
T-mobile has reached out to us to confirm that it will also carry the LG G5, though they will be sharing “pricing and more later on down the road”.
Best Buy: Best Buy has confirmed the LG G5 will go up for pre-order on March 18th, though no firm word on pricing or what date it is expected to ship.
Vodafone, EE and O2 have all announced plans to carry the LG G5.