The LG V20 phablet was launched back in September of last year. With the likes of Sony's XZ Premium, Samsung's Galaxy S8 duo and LG's own G6 having been announced over the past couple of months, however, the V20 has a real struggle to capture the attention of consumers. Being a six-month-old in a market where handsets typically get a one-year shelf life, the V20 doesn't have youth on its side, but a price drop over at Newegg gives it one major advantage over its contemporaries.
EMCSRERD5, you get another fifty bucks off.A device with an original retail price just shy of $800, the unlocked, Titan model of the LG V20 can currently be snapped up for a mere $449.99. It's listed on the Newegg website at $499.99, but if you enter the discount code
As a refresher, you get a 5.72-inch QHD main display, with a smaller LCD just above for quick-launching apps and other added functionality. Under the hood sits Qualcomm's Snapdragon 820 chipset, alongside a more-than-reasonable 4 gigs of RAM. There's also 64 GB of expandable storage, a tough, rugged overall design, and the 3,200 mAh battery is handily removable.
A solid effort both in features and in build, the price point will no doubt thrust this device back into the reckoning among those seeking a new gadget. The question is -- will you be picking one up? Let us know in the comments.
Also, this deal runs until the end of tomorrow (Tuesday), so move quickly if you don't want to miss out.