LG V20 currently going for under $450 in US
The LG V20 is currently available at discounted rates in the United States. Newegg is running a limited-time promo where-in the retailer is offering the phone (unlocked, Titan model) for as low as $449.99.
That, if you compare with the device’s official price tag of $799.99, is a discount of around $350. What’s worth noting is that the listed price of the handset on the retailer’s website is $499.99, but entering the coupon code EMCSRERD5 at checkout nets you $50 extra saving.
Unlocked GSM/CDMA LG V20 on sale again, this time from Newegg at $450
In addition to providing stiff competition for Samsung’s newest flagship smartphone(s)… for a change with the impressive and relatively inexpensive G6, LG is also making it quite difficult for the previous-gen Galaxy S7 to remain in the spotlight. That’s because, if you’re looking for an even cheaper Android high-ender than the LG G6, you’re probably better off with last fall’s V20. Not only bigger than both the S7 and S7 Edge, the 5.7-incher doubles down on rear cameras and screens as well.
Once again, you can activate the marked-down phablet on any major GSM or CDMA network, unlike the variant still on sale from T-Mo, and you get a valid standard US warranty too. Just remember to use the “EMCSRERD5” coupon code before checking out to take 50 bucks off the listed $500 price. Oh, and you’ll have to make do with the “titan” model, as a silver coat of paint costs $300 extra. Otherwise, this is still a phenomenal device, main Quad HD screen, secondary “ticker” display, Snapdragon 820 processor, 4GB RAM, 64GB internal storage, microSD support, Hi-Fi Quad DAC audio, removable 3200mAh battery, Android 7.0 Nougat and all.
T-Mobile’s LG V20 drops to $480, whether you pay in full or through installments
Normally retailing for a whopping $769.99, you can now grab a V20 for just $480. The total price is the same regardless of whether you pick paying in full for the phone, or using TMo’s installment plan. If you go the latter route, you’ll shell out $20 per month for two years. As usual, if you cancel wireless service before you’ve paid up the entirety of the amount you owe for the phone, the remaining sum becomes due.
While the V20 and the G6 both have a screen size of 5.7″ diagonally, don’t let that fool you – because of its different aspect ratio, the total display surface is lower in the G6. However, that might be a big plus for some, given the fact that it makes it much more pocketable and usable in one hand than the V20 (and the G6’s slim bezels contribute too). On the other hand, the V20 has a secondary ‘ticker’ display and a removable battery. In the end choosing the older model or the yet to be launched G6 is all up to your personal preference.
Unlocked LG V20 is $499.99
If you’re looking for a high-end phablet, perhaps to replace that Galaxy Note7 you had to send back, the LG V20 is a solid contender (and still the Korean company’s flagship offering until the G6 comes out). The V20 is normally priced at a pretty steep $799.99 unlocked, but online retailer B&H is offering a great deal on it right now. You can in fact purchase a V20 for just $499.99. It’s unlocked, and what’s more, it works with both GSM and CDMA-based carriers. Thus you’re able to use it on AT&T, T-Mobile, Verizon, or Sprint, as it is the official North American variant of the device.
You can pick from silver or Titan hues for the V20 and you get 64GB of built-in storage with either one. The phone comes with a 5.7-inch QHD main touchscreen, a secondary 2.1-inch 160×1,040 display, the Snapdragon 820 chipset, 4GB of RAM, a dual 16 MP + 8 MP camera system on the back, a 5 MP selfie snapper, and a 3,200 mAh battery. It runs Android 7.0 Nougat.
This battery case will give your LG V20 more than 5 days life
The LG V20 has a 3,200 mAh battery that can easily get you through the day without any trouble. But if you are more extreme and power user probably even this wouldn’t be enough. And instead of buying a secondary battery, why don’t you actually consider the Zero Lemon option. The case company released on Amazon their case at just $60. It comes with a 10,000mAh battery that goes in the same slot where the usual one goes. The removable back metal panel of V20 is substituted by the rubber bumper case that goes around the whole device plus, of course, the enormous battery.