Yesterday at IFA in Berlin, LG announced their new flagship, the LG V30. The stock V30 will come with 64GB of storage on board while the V30+ will have 128GB of storage. Otherwise, these are the same phones. Now Sprint has confirmed that they will be carrying the LG V30+ once it hits the market in the October timeframe.
Sprint’s CEO Marcelo Claure, took to Twitter yesterday to confirm that the that the larger storage variant will be coming to the carrier.
— MarceloClaure (@marceloclaure) August 31, 2017
Of course, the biggest question mark on all of this is when exactly Sprint (and other US carriers for that matter) will see the V30.