LG unveiled the V30 two days ago at IFA in Berlin, but the company has so far provided very few details about its availability and price in the US. Sure, we know that all the big carriers will offer it (and Sprint’s even going for the V30+ model with more internal storage), but none of the networks have said anything about a release date other than “in early fall”. And no prices have been mentioned at all. Thankfully though, LG may have already revealed how much the V30 is going to cost stateside. Remember that Twitter contest that the company started yesterday, which sees it giving away…
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Andy Rubin’s Essential hasn’t had the greatest start, what with executives jumping ship and shipments being delayed so early on, but things may finally be looking up. The startup’s flagship product, the PH-1 smartphone, has just hit Best Buy’s website with listings for both the Sprint and unlocked models.
As a recap, the cleverly-named PH-1 (which translates to PH-ONE, or “phone”), sports a titanium frame and ceramic back, a 5.7″ 1440p IPS display, a Snapdragon 835, 4GB of RAM, 128GB of storage with no microSD expansion, dual 13MP rear-facing cameras, an 8MP selfie cam, and a rather small 3040mAh battery.
Essential PH-1 shows up at Best Buy in unlocked and Sprint guises for $ 699.99 and $ 749.99, respectively was written by the awesome team at Android Police.
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