The LG G6 was unveiled weeks ago at the Mobile World Congress, but without official price points or release dates. For US consumers, that wait is coming to an end: Depending on your carrier, the phone can hit shelves as early as March 30, with a full retail price starting around US$650.

AT&T is accepting pre-orders for the G6 starting tomorrow, March 17, with in-store availability starting April 7. AT&T is offering payment plans of either $24 per month for 30 months, or $30 monthly for 24 months, but has yet to confirm its full retail price.

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T-Mobile will also have the G6 available online or in-store starting April 7. It has named a full retail price of $650, and also offers a payment plan of $26 down, plus $26 per month for 24 months to qualified buyers.

Verizon will have the LG G6 up for grabs the earliest – starting on March 30, according to Android Central. Its FRP through the carrier is $672, or $28 per month for 24 months.

As expected, the LG G6 has a price point befitting a premium flagship. It's more expensive than last year's modular G5 and, in some cases, competitors like the iPhone 7.

Stay tuned for a full-length review of the LG G6. In the meantime, read about our hands-on first impressions.

Sources: AT&T, T-Mobile, Verizon

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