Mar 30, 2017 10:57 AM EDT
Back at the MWC 2017, LG announced that its' latest phone will make a debut in the US on April 7, but few carriers including AT&T, Sprint, and T-mobile have begun sending out LG G6 Pre-order units earlier. With the shipping period is ahead of its debut, it is expected that some phones will be arriving over a week early.
A shipping notice indicates that LG G6 Pre-order units should land today, on March 29, 2017. LG G6 AT&T variant is priced at $24/month for 30 months installments only for AT&T Next customers and $30/month for 24 months installments offer for AT&T Next Every Year subscribers.
According to AndroidHeadlines, LG G6 Pre-order Units can also be purchased outright for $719. Another carrier, Sprint offers LG's latest flagship for $29.50/month over 24 months installments (which adds up to $708). Both carriers bundle the package with free Google Home, whereas Sprint also puts in free-of-charge 49-inch 1080p LG TV (valued at $349.99) for customers who place a pre-order until May 11.
Buyers can also get the LG G6 Pre-order units for $650, provided that it's the unlocked version. The carriers said that they will deliver the handsets on April 7, but apparently, three of the top four carriers are shipping the devices earlier, as reported by Technobuffalo.
Among those four important carriers, the first to start shipping LG G6 Pre-order units is T-Mobile, shortly followed by AT&T and Sprint. Customers who pre-order the phone will receive the device today, meaning a full nine days before the official launching date in the US.
It is believed that LG has never orchestrated this early shipping of LG G6 Pre-order units before Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus makes their debut. A report said that LG even told carriers not to deliver the Smartphone before April 7; however, it is very common that they don't take notice of the official launch date.
To know more information, please see the video below about the unboxing the Sprint LG G6 Pre-order units. Let us know your thoughts about this phone.
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