Expected ship date not until the end of September, unfortunately.

Often out ahead of the curve, our friends over at Negri Electronics have just put an unlocked version of the new LG G2 up for pre-order. LG's latest big device is grabbing a lot of attention with a huge screen packed into a small chassis, and an unconventional button placement. Unfortunately things are a little wishy-washy on availability. If you're willing to shell out for an unlocked model, Negri has you covered for $619.50 in either black or white with 32GB of storage.

Unfortunately the expected ship date is pretty far out — the site indicates that it expects the LG G2 to ship out on September 27th, a good six weeks from now. But if you are willing to wait, you can lock yours up at the source link below.

Source: Negri Electronics


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Unlocked LG G2 up for pre-order in the US from Negri Electronics


Unlikely, typically "unlocked" refers to GSM devices.

Posted via Android Central App on Sprint LTE. Seriously.

I just read the specs. No CDMA, and no LTE on 1900 or 800. So most definitely will not be Sprint capable.

Posted via Android Central App on Sprint LTE. Seriously.

Probably not. Sprint just tends to get left out. The new nexus will privacy have tri-band Verizon sort, but privacy no hexaband support for sprint.

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Not true, the Nexus LG G2 (Nexus 5) is going to have a Snapdragon 600 instead of 800. I'll gladly pay more for the 800 as the 600 will be almost a year old. Ill just put an AOSP rom on it and ill have a better Nexus, plus ill have the volume buttons on the back, which i think is better. The LG Nexus 5 will most likely move the volume buttons back to the sides, but the Snapdragon 600 is just a no go for me.

So I'm gonna have to what on sprint but by then maybe Samsung g note 3 will be around..

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Yes it will work for at & t just left the sprint store and the bad news is that we sprint customers can't by this'd because its only gsm phones t mobile and at & t can order these... Sucks

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LOL. For some of us, that's a plus. 5-5.5", 1080P IPS screen trumps the Moto X. YMMV, of course.

For me, the only thing interesting about the Moto X is the x8 system with always listening feature, which I believe Qualcomm's 800 chips will have similar function. The low-power ActiveNotifications, while cool, aren't life-changing.