It’s finally ‘later this year’ at Sprint as the carrier has disclosed launch details for the LG G2 which has been on sale in the US for over a month now. T-Mobile and AT&T have been offering the flagship smartphone since September, but you can finally pre-order the handset through the provider in question’s online store.
The device was spotted by Engadget on Sprint’s website. According to the listing, the G2 from LG won’t start to ship anytime soon. If you’re thinking of picking up the phone, the wait will be as long as November 8. And as a bonus, each pre-order will receive a free black QuickWindow case for the smartphone. T-Mobile is currently offering the phone for as low as $0 down with monthly payments of $25 for a period of 24 months.
The handset was unveiled back in August and it comes with high end features. LG has opted for the Snapdragon 800 processor clocked at 2.3GHz to power up the G2. It has delivered a 5.2-inch IPS 1080p touchscreen in a narrow-bezel form factor and a unique placement of components with the volume controls located on the rear.
The G2 is 0.35 inches thick and it weighs around 5 ounces. You can expect it to deliver around 17 hours of talktime with the 3000mAh battery. Where memory is concerned, the phone has 2GB of RAM and 32GB of ROM. There are dual cameras as well, a 2.4MP front snapper and a 13MP rear lens with OIS.
Just so you know, Sprint is only accepting pre-orders for the LG G2 through its online store. The device is tagged at $99.99 with a 2-year contract and it comes in choices of black or white.