Today, T-Mobile announced that it's going to be selling LG's V30+ handset, beginning on November 17. The phone was previously exclusive to Sprint.
First unveiled in September, the V30+ contains mostly the same specs as the V30, including a Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 chipset and 4GB RAM. It also has a 6-inch 1440x2800 P-OLED display, and a 3,300mAh battery.
Most importantly though, at least for some, is that the handset includes T-Mobile's new 600MHz cellular band, which the Un-carrier spent nearly $8 billion on. The V30 was the first phone to support it, and it should help customers get better service within buildings. Naturally, this hasn't been rolled out to all areas yet.
The one notable difference between the V30 and V30+ is that the latter has double the internal storage, with 128GB. It also comes with "a premium headset for jamming out to your favorite tunes."
When the handset launches on November 17, it will be available in limited quantities for $850, or you can put $130 down and pay $30 a month for 24 months.