The Sprint version of the LG G3 was expected to be up for pre-order today with formal availability starting next week. But the carrier has jumped the gun and made the device available through its website. Its listing for the smartphone suggests that the device is available and in stock across the U.S., so if you’ve been waiting to get the handset from Sprint, wait no further.
Shipping will still take a few days however, so you might have to wait until the beginning of next week to get your hands on the device. But that’s still sooner than the originally scheduled July 18 launch date, so it’s good news all around for customers.
Users can get the smartphone with a two year contract which will set them back by $199.99 or opt to get it in monthly installments of $25 for a period of 2-years which adds up to $600. Sprint is offering in-store pickup as well, so you can purchase online and head over to your nearest store to pick up the smartphone.
Sprint is exclusively selling the Shine Gold variant of the LG G3 in addition to the Metallic Black model. But other than that, it’s pretty much the same device as the one being offered by other carriers in the U.S.
Via: Android Police