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Unlocked LG V20 costs $799 in the U.S., comes with free LG G Pad tablet in tow

The first smartphone to ship with Android 7.0 Nougat right out of the box, the LG V20 is already available for purchase in South Korea. However, customers in the United States can pre-order one as well, though it will take a couple of days until the phone will reach their hands.

It looks like Verizon will be the first to make the LG V20 available to its customers, but AT&T, T-Mobile and Sprint will follow soon as well. But what if you want an unlocked LG V20 in the United States?

Well, it appears that at least two major retailers have you covered. B&H and Newegg will sell the unlocked LG V20 beginning this week, and you won't even have to pay more for the smartphone.

Newegg is now taking pre-orders for the LG V20 and throws in some freebies as well, so if you pay $799 you will get the smartphone, the LG G Pad and a battery bank.

On the other hand, B&H will accept LG V20 pre-orders beginning October 19. The unlocked smartphone costs $799 and customers will receive the LG G Pad as well, but not the battery bank offered by Newegg.

The G Pad is an entry-level Android tablet that sports a 7-inch display with 800 x 1280 pixels resolution. The slate packs a 1.2GHz quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 processor, 1GB of RAM and 8GB of internal memory that can be expanded up to 64GB via microSD card.

It's worth mentioning that if you decide to go for the LG V20 at one of the major carriers in the United States, you will also receive the $150 B&O Play H3 in-ear headphones as a bonus, so there are plenty of offers to choose from.

source: Newegg, B&H via AndroidPolice


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