Sprint touted earlier last month that it would be bringing an upgraded model of LG's V30 to market. The V30+ variant is near identical in every way to the V30, with the exception that it offers a bit more storage under the hood with 128GB, compared to the original's 64GB. While Sprint has yet to release the handset, it appears that another wireless carrier in the United States has now surprisingly debuted the V30+.
U.S. Cellular is the fifth largest carrier in the US and has now made both the V30 and V30+ available to its customers. The V30 is currently priced at $799.99, while the V30+ is priced at $849.99. The firm does offer different financing options for its handsets where you can pay a set monthly fee. Along with the new phones, the wireless carrier is also offering a promotion that will net buyers a free Google Daydream View VR headset.
The LG V30 is now also available from AT&T, Verizon, and T-Mobile. As mentioned before, Sprint has yet to offer the V30+ to retail channels and has not announced a formal date.