The best LG V30 deals available for Black Friday 2017

The LG V30 is now available to buy. If you want to get your hands on the 6-inch OLED screened handset, we've collected up all the best deals in one easy-to-use comparison chart below. But it seems that the reasonable prices we saw during the pre-order period have disappeared for now - so waiting for Black Friday may be a better option.

Can this finally be the true LG handset that can take on the might of the Samsung Galaxy S8 and iPhone 8? Well it certainly impressed us when we got our hands on it - check out the brief version of our full review at the bottom of the page.

We'd originally hoped that the LG G6 would take on that mantle when it was released towards the beginning of the year. But it failed to attract the attention enjoyed by its Android competitors. LG has worked hard to pack the LG V30 with eye-catching features such as the Floating Bar and FullVision 18:9 aspect ratio display.

Bear in mind when you're deciding that if you go for a deal from Mobiles.co.uk, you'll get a tenner off the upfront price by entering our exclusive discount voucher code 10OFF.

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The best LG V30 deals you can pre-order in the UK today:

The RRP of the LG V30 SIM-free handset is a huge £799, so this is one handset where we don't really think it's worth your while buying it unlocked and teaming it with a cheap SIM only deal. Instead, we think you're better off picking from the best contract prices we've found on EE, O2 and Vodafone, with Carphone Warehouse deals currently the cream of the crop.

LG V30 | O2 | £149.99 upfront | 3GB data | Unlimited mins and texts | £32pm
Sorry, but you've missed out on the cheap pre-order deals on the LG V30. This tariff now costs around £100 overall than it did before the LG V30 hit the shelves. But it's the best deal you can currently get, so we'd still urge you to snap it up. You get a decent 3GB of data with unlimited everything else. Total cost over 24 months is £917.99

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LG V30 | EE | £189.99 upfront | 5GB data | Unlimited mins and texts | £32.99pm
As long as you can hack the harsh one-off spend when you take up this deal, this is the only 5GB LG V30 deal that will currently cost you less than a grand over the life of the contract. It should be enough data for most users, as it affords plenty of Spotify streaming and Facebook scrolling before you max out. And you get to be smug for two years about the very reasonable £32.99pm bills. Total cost over 24 months is £981.75

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LG V30 | Vodafone | £29.99 upfront | 16GB data | Unlimited mins and texts | £44pm
The minute you try to escalate the amount of data you get to stream, surf and download on the LG V30, the more that you tend to have to spend upfront. That's why we've singled out this Vodafone tariff, which imposes a very reasonable £30 charge at the start of the contract. 16GB will be more than enough data for most people. Total cost over 24 months is £1085.99

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LG V30 | £139.99 upfront | 30GB data | Unlimited mins and texts | £39pm
This is a heck of a big data deal on O2 - the network that gives you access to Priority rewards. It's pretty slim pickings between 10GB and 30GB, so go all out for this one. The upfront cost is a little steep, but the monthly payments are a bargain considering that vast amount of data you can use every month. Total cost over 24 months is £1075.99

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LG V30 review and specs in brief

The best LG phone on the market...by a distance

Screen size: 6-inches | Resolution: 1440 x 2880 | Rear camera: 16MP | Weight: 158g | OS: Android 7 Nougat | RAM: 4GB | Storage: 64GB/128GB | External storage: Up to 256GB microSD | Battery: 3300mAh

Sleek design
Delightful display
Marked camera upgrade
Why no Oreo?

We seem to have hit a trend in smartphone design where manufacturers want to experiment. First the iPhone X, now the LG V30. It's a confident step forward by LG for its flagship devices and among the very finest Android mobiles of 2017.

Read TechRadar's full LG V30 review