After seeing the V10 come to just AT&T and T-Mobile in the U.S. last year, LG has worked with more carriers this time around with the V20. You can get the latest big phone from LG at the top carriers in the U.S.
The LG V20 is the second in the company’s V series of phones, which sits next to the more mainstream G series that’s currently led by the G5. The V20, like the V10 before it, is focused on content creation rather than consumption, highlighted by a bigger screen, higher specs and more features. In terms of design, the V20 has dropped many of the rugged and tough features of the V10, and...
LG's new V20 is designed to appeal to far more people than its predecessor, from its slick metal exterior down to its piles of specs and features inside. And any time you trot out a big 5.7-inch phone, you're going to be compared with Samsung's latest Note — here's how they compare.
With the push of a button you can pop off the metal back of the LG V20 and get a look at (some of) its insides. The battery, SD card and fingerprint sensor-button mechanism are all in view. But you can't see everything, of course, and that's why we have this spec table for you.
Just under a year ago we got to see the V10, which ushered in a new phone line for the company. Now we have the V20, and while it in many ways carries on the V line it also integrates many features of the LG G5. Here's our preview of the new big handset from LG.
We know quite a bit about the LG V20 — since LG has been teasing us about it for weeks — except what it looks like. It could be a modular phone, or a sleeker V10, or something in between. Either way, we'll be following all the action live from Pier 27, The Embarcadero in beautiful San Francisco, CA!
The LG V20 is going to be the first non-Nexus phone to ship with Android 7.0 Nougat, but in many ways it's a hybrid between last year's V10 and this year's G5. The question, though, is whether it's a phone worth buying?