Vodafone is set to stock the LG G2 and G3 Android smartphones soon, according to the British mobile operator's website. The latter is not yet available and has only recently been put to the test by ourselves (check our review for more details), but the G2 is a favorite among many since it was released last year.
It's strange the company has only just scored the previous generation of the LG smartphone, but it's still a solid piece of kit if you're looking for a cheaper alternative to the G3. Unfortunately, Vodafone doesn't have pricing and/or availability details just yet, but we're sure it won't be long. As well as reading up on the LG G3, our in-depth review of the G2 (AT&T) is also packed full of photos, opinions and more.
Would you be interested in purchasing either on Vodafone once available?
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