All four major U.S. carriers confirmed their plans to offer the LG G3 shortly after the device’s debut last month, but so far none of them have offered up any news on when they’ll actually begin selling LG’s new flagship. Thankfully for those of us that are hungry for information on the G3, the rumor mill has come to the rescue with some new details.
An image shared by @evleaks shows that Verizon may begin accepting pre-orders for the LG G3 on July 10. A full-on launch is expected to take place 7 days later on July 17.
Unfortunately, there’s still no word on how much Verizon plans to charge for the LG G3. We typically see Big Red ask $199.99 with a 2-year commitment for new flagship smartphones, but Samsung’s Galaxy Note phones have come in at $299.99. Whether or not the LG G3’s 5.5-inch 2560x1440 display will result in it having a higher price tag remains to be seen, but hey, at least now we’ve got an idea of when you Verizon folk will be able lay your eyes on that high-res screen.
Do you plan on picking up the LG G3? If so, which carrier will you get it from? If you’re still on the fence, you can check out a video of our first impressions of the G3 below!