LG’s brand new V20 smartphone is official, and if you’re a Sprint customer you’ll be happy to know that the carrier has confirmed that they will be selling the device. Since Sprint still offers 24-month contract pricing on devices, you should be able to pick up the LG V20 on a 24-month contract pricing scale if you so choose, although it’s worth noting that Sprint has not yet mentioned what the phone will cost on their network. With the agreement in place, there would be no monthly installments to pay off along with the monthly bill, but you would end up having a higher upfront cost. Having said that, this likely won’t be the only pricing option available.
Subscribers of Sprint’s network will also potentially have the option to pick up the device on installment payments which will likely require $0 down for well-qualified buyers and 24 monthly payments. Sprint will also likely be offering the LG V20 on their leasing option which could come with $0 down for well-qualified buyers and a monthly payment that would be less than that of the regular installments. Lastly, if you prefer, you should just be able to simply buy the LG V20 at full retail cost and not mess with any installments, leasing, or contracts.
If you need a recap on what the LG V20 offers, it comes equipped with a 5.7-inch QHD LCD display, but it also has the second screen that debuted on the LG V10 from last year, which provides a quick and easy way to glance at a few details such as time and date, or view your notifications. Up at the top of the phone’s front display panel you’ll also find a 5MP wide camera sensor for grabbing the perfect selfie and making sure everyone fits in the shot, and flipping things over to the back reveals the 16MP camera sensor with OIS, not forgetting the LG V20 has a dual-camera setup, so you’ll also find an 8MP wide camera sensor here alongside the main 16MP sensor. It’ll also come powered by a 3,200mAh battery which should be plenty of power. The LG V20 is sure to offer a rich camera experience, but it also offers great audio as LG fitted it with a 32-Bit Hi-Fi Quad DAC for those that really love their audio. Pricing has not yet been mentioned, but prices will be available in the next few weeks with a launch happening sometime in the third quarter of this year.