The Nougat-filled LG V20 is now available for pre-order in leading U.S. mobile carriers. Aside from new operating system, this top-class smartphone comes with impressive camera features. Now, here's how you can pre-order the LG V20 before it hits tech stores on Oct. 28.
LG V20 is now up for grabs on Verizon starting Oct.20. The mobile carrier also announced its pricing information for the smartphone. Interestingly, LG's new flagship device is a lot cheaper at Verizon compare to AT&T or T-Mobile. Buyers can get the phone for $0 upfront, and then followed by 24 monthly payments of $28. If we do the math, the full retail price of LG V20 on Verizon is just $672, much lower than AT&T's $830 and T-Mobile's $770.
For AT&T, they are still accepting orders for LG V20. The mobile carrier said it will ship the smartphone starting Oct. 24.
As we mentioned above, the full retail price of the phone on AT&T is at $830. For installment options, the mobile carrier offers two payment options. The shorter installment plan is 24 months with $34.59 monthly payment. Also, there's 30-month plan with $27.67 monthly payment.
Pre-orders of LG V20 on Sprint begin on Oct. 21. The network provider also offers a $200 trade-in credit and FREE Bang & Olufsen H3 earphones. Buyers just have to present an eligible smartphone to get the $200 credit, and then buy the LG V20 to get the free $149 Bang & Olufsen H3.
Visit this link to order the LG V20 on Sprint.
T-Mobile subscribers can also get their own LG V20 phone now before it lands on T-Mo stores on Oct. 28. Like Sprint, T-Mo is giving away free Bang & Olufsen BeoPlay H3 headphones. In addition, the mobile carrier has two payment options for buyers. The first option is to pre-order the LG V20 at a price of $49.99 down and pay $30 monthly for 24 months. For those who want to buy the phone through JUMP! On Demand, there's no down payment but buyers have to pay $34 per month for 18 months.
The full retail price of LG V20 from T-Mobile is at $770.
For specs, LG V20 comes with pre-installed Android Nougat, Google's new operating system for mobile gadgets. Also, the phone is powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 processor and 4GB of RAM. It also boasts dual-camera set-up that can shoot high-quality photos.
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