Nov 12 AT 7:25 AM Alex Wagner 8 Comments

Verizon’s white LG G2 appears in leaked images days before rumored launch

White LG G2 for Verizon leak

Remember that white LG G2 for Verizon that’s rumored to be launching on Nov. 14? It looks like we won’t have to wait that long to see just what a snowy white G2 with Verizon tattoos would look like, as images of the device have been leaked on Twitter by @evleaks. As expected, the white LG G2 for Verizon looks fairly similar to the black version that’s been available for a couple of months now, just with a fresh coat of white paint.

Now that we’ve got an idea of what the white LG G2 for Verizon looks like and when it might be launching, the only piece of the puzzle that we’re missing is price. However, it seems likely that Verizon will stick the white G2 with a price tag similar to the black version, which is currently listed at $149.99 in the big red carrier’s official website. The good news is that so long as the white Verizon G2′s rumored launch date holds true, all will be revealed in just a couple of days. Better stay tuned.

Source: @evleaks

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  • redraider133

    The logos at least on the front don’t look as noticeable on the white compared to the black g2

  • robd1893

    two things were stopping me from getting this and one was a white phone. Now I just have to get over this fear of LG’s UI and I am set.

    • LukeT32

      The skin isn’t too terrible. There are several ROMs out already for the VZW G2. So root and flash away.

      • robd1893

        True but I honestly am getting tired of flashing Cyanogen, paranoid, etc to get a Google Android experience. I have been flashing going back to the Droid X with so many phones. Then it’s always a radio issue, battery loss is greater, etc. I know I am complaining. I just wish hardware OEM’s would just do hardware and go with Google’s Android. Other than the meh plastic, hardware wise LG knocked this phone out of the park.

  • jbelcourt

    I was sincerely worried about purchasing an LG phone. I’ve always bought the Nexus line (starting with the Nexus One) or Galaxy. I was coming from a Galaxy S3 when I decided to go look at the Note 3, S4 and G2 at the T-Mobile store.

    The size and feel is similar to the S3 so it was a nice transition. After owning it for several weeks now, I do not regret purchasing it. It is a solid phone, feels great in the hand, smooth and fast. My only real complaint with it is the transition time for auto brightness. If I’m outside at work and I pull it out of my pocket, it takes several seconds to brighten so I can see it. That’s pretty annoying when you have an incoming phone call and can’t see who it is. Other then that, I have really enjoyed the experience with the phone.

  • chip

    Im totally swapping my Note 3 for this!.
    Verizon Note 3 development is a ghostown as its locked
    down tight. no bootloader unlock, etc.

    The G2 is just as fast, if not faster in certain areas.
    feels better in the hand too.

    I never use the spen, only my 5yr likes it to doodle, but we also have a Note 10.1 2014.

    • LukeT32

      The boot loader is still locked on the G2 also, but within the first week of the phones launch there was a work around.

  • donger

    White is sexy.

  1. The logos at least on the front don’t look as noticeable on the white compared to the black g2

  2. two things were stopping me from getting this and one was a white phone. Now I just have to get over this fear of LG’s UI and I am set.

    • The skin isn’t too terrible. There are several ROMs out already for the VZW G2. So root and flash away.

      • True but I honestly am getting tired of flashing Cyanogen, paranoid, etc to get a Google Android experience. I have been flashing going back to the Droid X with so many phones. Then it’s always a radio issue, battery loss is greater, etc. I know I am complaining. I just wish hardware OEM’s would just do hardware and go with Google’s Android. Other than the meh plastic, hardware wise LG knocked this phone out of the park.

  3. jbelcourtGuest 2 years ago

    I was sincerely worried about purchasing an LG phone. I’ve always bought the Nexus line (starting with the Nexus One) or Galaxy. I was coming from a Galaxy S3 when I decided to go look at the Note 3, S4 and G2 at the T-Mobile store.

    The size and feel is similar to the S3 so it was a nice transition. After owning it for several weeks now, I do not regret purchasing it. It is a solid phone, feels great in the hand, smooth and fast. My only real complaint with it is the transition time for auto brightness. If I’m outside at work and I pull it out of my pocket, it takes several seconds to brighten so I can see it. That’s pretty annoying when you have an incoming phone call and can’t see who it is. Other then that, I have really enjoyed the experience with the phone.

  4. chipGuest 2 years ago

    Im totally swapping my Note 3 for this!.
    Verizon Note 3 development is a ghostown as its locked
    down tight. no bootloader unlock, etc.

    The G2 is just as fast, if not faster in certain areas.
    feels better in the hand too.

    I never use the spen, only my 5yr likes it to doodle, but we also have a Note 10.1 2014.

    • The boot loader is still locked on the G2 also, but within the first week of the phones launch there was a work around.

  5. White is sexy.