We knew since last month that the LG G2 will become available for purchase in the US mid September, but now we have the official confirmation from some carriers, as T-Mobile and Verizon have issued press releases to announce the LG G2 release dates and prices.
The first US carrier to have the LG G2 on its store shelves will be Verizon, which announced that the handset’s release date has been set for September 12. The price? $199 if you agree to sign a two-year contract with them. For some reason Big Red failed to reveal the body color options and the unsubsidized price of the G2, but expect it to cost a bit over $600.
On the other hand, T-Mobile is already accepting pre-orders for the LG G2, but they will only ship the handset as of September 18. The T-Mobile G2 has a full retail price of $629, but you can also split the payment in 24 monthly installments of $21, after you pay $99 up front. You can pre-order the LG flagship from T-Mobile’s website and pair it with any of the carrier’s non-contract plans.
The G2 is one of the most powerful smartphones around, sporting a quad-core Snapdragon 800 CPU, 5-inch full HD display, and a 13 megapixel camera with optical image stabilization and 1080p@30fps video recording capabilities.