LG G2 will be available from all four major US carriers, no Google edition

At the LG event yesterday in New York, LG announced their latest and greatest handset the LG G2. Specs wise it’s a fantastic phone and there’s already a lot of buzz for it so US readers will be pleased to know that the handset will be released on all four major US carriers: Verizon, AT&T, Sprint and T-Mobile.

Unfortunately none of the carriers have a release date for the LG G2 as of yet, nor do they have any pricing information. All we know right now is that the handset will be released via the various carriers sometime “later this year”. While pricing information isn’t known, the LG G2 is likely to have the same pricing structure as most handsets, namely $100-$200 via T-Mobile and most likely carry a $200 price tag on the other carriers, possibly $300.

LG have also confirmed that they have no plans to release a vanilla Android Google Edition of their flagship handset like other manufactures are doing. Instead the LG G2 will come with their Practical UX overlay on top of Android.

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