The LG V30 was officially introduced back in August and has since been making rounds on the internet and in the tech market.
However, the smartphone which was long awaited after its August announcement has begun shipping and is now available in the US with two carriers.
The LG V30 has officially landed in stock of Verizon and AT&T who both happen to be two of the four biggest carriers in the US.
T-Mobile however has started taking pre-orders for the smartphone which comes ahead of the official launch of the device which will happen on October 13.
Verizon is however looking to snatch more customers as it is selling the LG V30 for $840 for users who wish to shell out the cash at once and at $35 instalment per month.
Verizon however allows prospective buyers who purchase their units before November 6 a qualification for $200 worth of prepaid card and a free Google Daydream View VR headset.
As for AT&T, the LG V30 will go for $809.99 and for a 30 months installment plan, the device will be available at $30 per month with the same offering of the Daydream View.
T-Mobile will charge a much less $800 for the phone with a monthly instalment plan of $30 after an initial payment of $80 had been made in the first month.