LG V20 now available from major carriers, and retailers in the US

The LG V20 is out. This new premium flagship phone by the other South Korea tech giant has potential to make it big for many reasons. One of which is that it’s a worthy alternative to the dead Note 7. LG’s timing is just perfect although we’re not sure if the company really meant this one to rival the new Note since the V series is more known for being media and entertainment-centric.

The Note series, on the other hand, has always been known for being an effective productivity tool for work. It’s mainly for the ladies who want elegance and convenience at the same time–helping them to their tasks in no time.

It’s currently our favorite subject and we already noted that the phone usually undergoes 60,000 tests to check its build and quality. We also featured the Scratch, Burn, and Bend Test series. We’ve also got our early impressions of the smartphone.

So far, we know Verizon has the LG V20 in stores and online. T-Mobile also started shipping the Nougat-powered V20 as the first LTE-AWS 3 spectrum-ready device.

LG has posted on its website a list of the carriers offering the unlocked V20. There’s AT&T, T-Mobile, Verizon, US Cellular, and Best Buy. Here’s a rundown of the offers by the aforementioned networks and stores:

AT&T. $200 credit when you trade-in your old phone plus the free premium B&O PLAY earphones. $829 or $27.67 monthly for 30 months. Offer is until November 20, 2016.

T-Mobile. Free premium B&O PLAY earphones. $769.99 full retail price or $49.99 monthly for 24 months with a plan.

Verizon. Free premium B&O PLAY earphones. Up to $300 credit applicable on monthly bills. Also offered with the new LG Stylo 2 V.

US Celullar. $100 gift card plus free pair of B&O PLAY earphones. Limited time offer.

Best Buy. Get a $200 Best Buy gift card and premium B&O PLAY earphones for free. Offer is valid until November 20, 2016 only.

SOURCE: LG