LG G6 pricing and availability: what we know so far (Updated)

The LG G6 is finally here, and it’s really nice.

With an 18:9 Quad HD display, Snapdragon 821, a new dual camera setup and Google Assistant on board, this is certainly turning out to be one of the hottest phones of the year.

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So, when can you actually buy this phone? Retailers around the world are remaining pretty quiet about specifics, but we now have confirmation that the device will go on sale in Korea on March 10 starting at 899,800 won (~$795). Additionally, the latest rumors floating around the web have been pointing to an April 7 launch date in the U.S., though it’s worth noting that LG has yet to confirm this.

Even though we’re still missing quite a few availability details, multiple carriers have announced their plans to carry the phone. Below you can find a list of wireless carriers who are planning to carry the LG G6. Again, details are pretty scarce so far, so we’ll update this list as more G6 pricing and availability details surface.

Update (3/13): We’ve added tentative European pricing and availability to our list.

LG G6 U.S. availability

According to Evan Blass, the LG G6 is slated to make its way to the United States on Friday, April 7. That’s two full weeks before the expected release date of the Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+. In case you were wondering which carriers in the U.S. will carry the phone, that information can be found below:

Verizon

Verizon has announced its plans to carry the LG G6 sometime this Spring, but additional pricing and availability details have yet to be announced.

AT&T

AT&T says it will carry the device sometime soon, but again, no additional details were given in the announcement. The carrier has put up a landing page for the G6, which you can see right here.

T-Mobile

The LG G6 is coming to T-Mobile sometime this Spring, though other availability details were mentioned in the blog post.

Sprint

Sprint has also announced its plans to carry the LG G6. This will be the carrier’s very first HPUE-capable device.

U.S. Cellular

U.S. Cellular has confirmed that it will carry the G6, as well. As per usual, no specific availability details have been announced yet.

LG G6 Europe availability

According to a listing on Europe’s Media Markt, the G6 will retail for €750 in Germany. You can currently pre-order the phone on the site in Black, White and Platinum color options. MobileFun also has the device up for pre-order starting at around $850.

Vodafone

Vodafone has announced its plans to carry the LG G6. And you guessed it, more availability details will be revealed at a later date.

LG G6 Canada availability

Canada’s Videotron has announced it will carry the G6 sometime ‘soon’, but specific details have yet to be revealed. We do know that both the Ice Platinum and Astro Black color variants will be available in Canada in early April, possibly as soon as April 7.

LG G6 Australia availability

According to Ausdroid, the LG G6 is making its way to Australia on March 28, with Telstra grabbing the carrier exclusive on the phone.


Well, that’s it for now. Did we miss anything? If so, please speak up in the comment section! Oh, and if you’d like to learn more about the LG G6, be sure to check out our additional coverage below:

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