The best LG V30 deals in August 2019

Is the LG V30 a competitor to the likes of Samsung and Apple's newest devices? This could well be, especially considering the lower price point and similar features. So if you're looking to get a cheap android flagship you're in the right place. 

And it definitely has one tick against its competitors. LG V30 deals are waaaaaay cheaper than the most premium Apple and Samsung smartphones. You can get your LG V30 deal for less than £700 over two years a distinct possibility. Fantastic for such an innovative smartphone, and now the LG G7 ThinQ has been out for a few months it will only get cheaper.

And 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.

Right now it seems that O2 and EE have the best deals on this device and you will find that a lot of them come with Carphone Warehouse but you will occasionally see some winners from Vodafone slip on through.

More options: LG G7 ThinQ deals | Samsung Galaxy S9 deals | Samsung Galaxy Note 8 deals | iPhone 8 deals | Google Pixel 2 deals | SIM only deals | Best mobile phone deals 

The RRP of the LG V30 SIM-free handset on release was a huge £799, and even though you can now get it for substantially less than that now we still think that this is one handset where it isn't 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.

LG V30 review and specs in brief

The best LG device second only to the Thinq

SPECIFICATIONS

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

Reasons to Buy
Sleek design
Delightful display
Marked camera upgrade
Reasons to Avoid
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