Sprint announced that its first two 5G devices, LG V50 ThinQ 5G and HTC 5G Hub can now be pre-ordered and will be available to customers from the 31st of May.
Both devices will initially be available to customers in the first four expected 5G markets – Atlanta, Dallas, Houston and Kansas City. They will then be available in Sprint's other 5G markets – Chicago, Los Angeles, New York City, Phoenix and Washington, D.C. – in the next few weeks.
Sprint is offering a limited time pricing for the inaugural 5G devices. LG V50 ThinQ 5G is $24 per month with $0 down with Sprint Flex lease and 1HTC 5G Hub is $12.50 per month. Activate HTC 5G Hub with 100GB of high-speed data for just $60 per month.
Both devices offer fully integrated mobile 5G and will deliver blazing-fast speeds when Sprint begins launching 5G service in the coming weeks. Sprint expects to launch the largest initial 5G coverage footprint in the U.S. across all nine market areas. Using a key 5G technology, dual-connectivity (EN-DC), Sprint will deliver LTE and 5G simultaneously to customers' devices, enabling faster speeds and a better overall experience.
Built with features to get the most from mobile 5G, Unlimited Premium is the plan of choice for Sprint 5G phones with Unlimited data, talk and text nationwide, Hulu, Amazon Prime, Twitch Prime, Tidal HiFi and 100GB LTE mobile hotspot. As Sprint's best Unlimited value, it costs just $80 per month for one line – a value of nearly $150 per month.