The LG V30 has yet to arrive in Europe and North America but the Android phone already got an early teardown treatment. We know that the phone will be supported on T-Mobile’s latest 600MHz LTE Band network but it will also be available from AT&T. In the United States, AT&T has just revealed some information about the warranty of the LG V30.

The usual one-year limited warranty is extended to one year. This is similar to what LG has done with the G6 that is getting an extra year of warranty with the Second Year Promise. In the United States, AT&T has revealed some information about the warranty of the LG V30. The usual one-year limited warranty is also extended to one year—similar to what LG has done with the G6.

A promo video was posted but has since been pulled out. The gist was the LG V30  phone will arrive with the Second Year Promise from the mobile network. As soon as you get your LG V30, register your device within 90 days to be eligible for the extended warranty. We have no information on exact availability by AT&T or other networks but the LG V30 should be ready this October.

VIA: PhoneArena