LG offers Black Friday savings on the LG G5, LG V20, and LG G4

LG offers Black Friday savings on the LG G5, LG V20, and LG G4
LG went ahead and announced its Black Friday deals for smartphones, home appliances, entertainment devices, and other product categories. The LG G5, LG V20, and last year's LG G4 are all on sale, with deals depending on which carrier you select.

AT&T offers up to $200 off the LG V20 when you trade in your older phone. It also gives away a set of free B&O Play earbuds with V20 purchases. If you buy and LG G5 or LG V20, you can get an LG G Pad X 10.1 tablet for just $0.99. Finally, DirecTV customers who buy an LG G5 or V20 and add a new line can get up to $695 in rebates.

Sprint has the LG G5 on sale for just $288 with a new line. It too offers free B&O Play earbuds with LG V20 purchases and $200 off it when trading in a phone.

T-Mobile only has the free B&O Play with LG V20 purchases promotion.

Finally, Verizon gives $300 off the LG V20 when trading in a phone. It also lets you buy an LG V20 and get an LG Stylo 2 V for $1 a month. The free B&O Play earbuds for LG V20 buyers are available as well.

Carrier deals aside, an unlocked LG G4 with a leather back, a 32GB microSD card, and an extra leather back for replacement purposes can be had for $239 from LG's online store.

Are you getting an LG around Black Friday? Tell us what you think in the comments below.

source: LG via Android Central

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14 Comments

1. tomskytot

Posts: 37; Member since: May 10, 2014

Wow with all the bootloop issues G4 have, quite surprised they are still selling it? Good luck!

2. Sprissy

Posts: 193; Member since: Feb 11, 2012

I had the bootloop issue with my G4, Lg did fix it at no charge but now the phone freezes with heavy use when it didnt before....the V20 would be a good but I am sure Verizon won't give you 300 off without going on the payment plan...and I would bet that depends on what phone you trade in too.

3. lallolu

Posts: 731; Member since: Sep 18, 2012

Your phone need a reset probably?

6. belosava

Posts: 127; Member since: Apr 14, 2014

Lg haters trolling

8. tangbunna

Posts: 463; Member since: Sep 29, 2016

buy one and experience it yourself. and dont forget to leave some space in your trash bin to grave this LG phone after a few months use.

9. ngtwolf

Posts: 2; Member since: Nov 19, 2016

I was ignoring this thread, and I assume you're trolling also, but I would chime in on this. I own two LG G4's and both of them had the bootloop issue and one of them had the wireless charging (had the oem backs) go twice. Wireless Charging lasted a week after the first bootloop issue and i just lived without until i had other issues and replaced the phone just before the warranty ended. Also, one was T-Mobile and one was sprint variant. As an aside, they were pretty fast at repairing the T-Mobile version, but it took them a month to fix the sprint model as they had no parts in stock. Just to add, the G4 along with the bootloop issues (that they may have fixed later, not sure) and the wireless charging going bad (xda topics on both of these issue, btw), just the fact that they have that 808 processor that would constantly lag is a reason not to by the G4 (or, personally, any phone with an 808 or 810 processor anymore). I have no opinions on the G5 for V series, and overall the G4 was a good phone with good camera, but the hardware issues would make it worth passing on unless you don't mind sending it back and have a spare phone to use in the meantime.

12. tomskytot

Posts: 37; Member since: May 10, 2014

@belosava it is obvious you are not aware of what is happening with LG's phone

4. George74

Posts: 1; Member since: Nov 19, 2016

Stay away from Lg phone's...it doesn't matter if u buy them from sprint or anyother Carrier they will give u the same problem. I learned that the hard way..3 times. 2 different phone's Lg4 & Lgv10. So many people i know had the same bootloop issue..and was worst they send u a replacement phone that will work temporarily. I waited over 25 day to receive my replacement phone..twice. BEWARE OF THE BOOTLOOP WITH LG PHONE ESPECIALLY LG4..THE WORST.

5. Jackdaw

Posts: 66; Member since: Mar 10, 2016

Bootloop affects phones made in 2015 only.

7. nscian2

Posts: 31; Member since: Nov 14, 2012

$329 for the unlocked model

10. nl9075

Posts: 6; Member since: Sep 19, 2016

Uh this article is misleading and incomplete. First the deals are only offered thru the carrier's not LG Second there is no date or time periods such Offers will be valid Third no link to find this mythical priced LG G4 for $239. No dates on when such a deal will be valid

11. nl9075

Posts: 6; Member since: Sep 19, 2016

LG G4 with a leather back, a 32GB microSD card, and an extra leather back for replacement purposes can be had for $239 from LG's online store. Uh no.. after going to the LG online store and clicking on this "limited time deal" as described above, I got a message that "this deal is currently out of stock and no longer available".. You can find an unlocked LG G4 from Amazon for $249 but without the accessories mentioned.

13. JLSACTE

Posts: 2; Member since: Nov 28, 2016

What is this bootloop issue you are talking about ? I've had my LG G4 for 15 months and have not experienced any problems. Please explain.

14. ngtwolf

Posts: 2; Member since: Nov 19, 2016

If it hasn't affected you, i wouldn't worry about it.. You've had your phone 15 months so it's not under warranty anymore if it happens anyway. But, if you want to know, just google 'lg g4 bootloop' and you'll find lots of hits. There is an article specifically about LG admitting bootloop issue by android authority (and a few others, but I think thats the top hit). In short, I believe it's a connection that eventually comes loose and keeps the phone from booting up fully.

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