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The LG V60 launches in the U.S. this week for as little as $799

LG V60
LG V60 (Image credit: Andrew Martonik / Android Central)

What you need to know

  • U.S. pricing and availability for the LG V60 have been revealed.
  • The lowest price is $799 at T-Mobile for just the phone and no Dual Screen accessory.
  • Verizon is the most expensive so far, selling the bundle for $949.

Last month, LG took the wraps off of its first flagship phone for 2020 — the LG V60. The V60 has the makings of a solid Android phone, offering a large pOLED display, Qualcomm's Snapdragon 865 processor, and triple rear cameras. When the phone was first announced, however, its price was unclear.

After touting that the V60 would sell for under $1000, we now have exact numbers to work with. On March 16, the first bits of U.S. pricing were finally revealed.

If you want to get the V60 while spending as little money as possible, T-Mobile (opens in new tab) is selling the phone for $799.99 outright or $33.34/month. That's a great price considering the specs making up the V60, but it's important to keep in mind that this is for just the phone and not the Dual Screen accessory shown in the picture below. If you want that, too, you'll need to spend $899.99 or $37/50/month.

LG V60 with Dual Screen

Source: Andrew Martonik / Android Central (Image credit: Source: Andrew Martonik / Android Central)

Verizon (opens in new tab) doesn't have an option to buy the V60 on its own without the Dual Screen attachment, meaning you'll need to buy the entire bundle for $949.99 or $39.58/month.

AT&T announced (opens in new tab) that it will also be carrying the V60, but it hasn't shared pricing details yet. As for when you'll be able to buy the phone, sales begin on Friday, March 20 at AT&T and T-Mobile. Verizon sales don't begin until March 26, and that's just for pre-orders.

LG's Dual Screen accessory is certainly one of the biggest selling points of the V60, but if you aren't buying into it and just want a standard flagship Android phone, T-Mobile's $799 price for the standalone V60 is a solid deal. We've yet to fully review the phone, but for the specs you're getting, it's a heck of an offer. In addition to what's mentioned above, it's also equipped with 128GB of expandable storage, a 3.5mm headphone jack with a Quad DAC, and a beefy 5,000 mAh battery.

In other words, if you like what Samsung's offering with the Galaxy S20 but can't stomach its $1000 price tag, the V60 could be a solid alternative.

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Joe Maring was a Senior Editor for Android Central between 2017 and 2021. You can reach him on Twitter at @JoeMaring1.

17 Comments
  • I may be interested. I wish there was a higher refresh rate, but that dual screen looks interesting
  • 800 is still too expensive. LG is really bad at software and updates is worse. So even if it was lower its still not good. LG is so dead to many people in the mobile space these days. I would even take any of the Chinese phones over LG aby day of the week.
  • Yup. It's a shame LG can't seem to shake its bad rep. You would think being vocally proactive about the issues you mention might help, but they can't even seem to do that.
  • It's got a headphone jack though. My V40 was updated regularly.
  • What service provider?
  • This was through T-Mobile
  • Stop crying. If they are dead to you then why are you commenting on a lg article???
  • Just because it's dead to you and the mainstream media does not mean it's dead to many. Many people still love LG devices over the more popular options because they use and love them. Not as popular doesn't equate to not good. On the contrary, LG makes some of the best devices year after year. Their marketing sucks so it'll fly under the radar as usual.
  • I am ordering one
  • For as little???
  • Don't expect updates
  • Stupid uninformed Troll
  • He does have a valid point though.. just saying..
  • My V40 gets updated
  • Last year LG did way better with updates but you guys just copy and paste the same complaints even after they improve.
  • LG with that same old dreary wallpaper lol. They may have quite the device on their hands. Act like it!
  • I wish LG would get smart at marketing. Like at least you the free marketing available via YouTube and Instagram and other social media. Anyway this is the phone I'm getting day one at full price because I value what LG brings to the market. They fill gaps in one device that you need third party accessories for in the popular phones. And still for less. And the battery life will smash everything else.