AT&T has begun pre-orders of the LG flagship Android phone, the LG V20. The 5.7″ phone that is powered by the Snapdragon 820 and 4GB of RAM will start out at an eye watering $829 putting it higher than the Google Pixel XL and nearly as much as the iPhone 7 Plus. If you do place a pre-order, it will be shipping out to you at the end of this month and you aren’t actually charged until the phone ships so you do have some time to think about it.
Fortunately AT&T is offering a few promotions to help ease the cost pain. First, you can pay out the phone interest free for 30 months. That will cost you $27.67 per month. If you opt for the 24 month plan, which will allow you to trade the phone in come October 2017, that plan is $34.59 per month.
Price point aside, the LG V20 is a powerhouse of a phone and is certainly worthy of the flagship moniker. With the quad-core Snapdragon process, 4GB of RAM and a dual-rear camera that shoots at
16MP, this phone shouldn’t leave anyone wanting for much more. Plus, this was the first phone announced in the market that runs Android Nougat natively. Remember that the V20 was announced about a month before the Google Pixel lineup this week and it looks like all of these devices are going to ship within a few days of each other. The Pixel devices will have Nougat 7.1 however.
If you are an AT&T customer or want to sign up with them to get the LG V20, you can visit their site for more information.