LG's V20 is the talk of the town today and for good reason, as the official announcement was just held earlier and following the announcement Verizon Wireless has confirmed their availability for the new device. While they have not specified an exact launch date just yet, they have mentioned that they will be carrying the phone and those who want to pick it up will be able to do so at full retail cost or through Verizon's Device Payment plan, which allows subscribers of the network to pay for the phone's full price broken up into monthly payments alongside their phone bill.
If you're looking to grab the LG V20 at full retail cost, you'll be paying the entire cost outright before you check out and you'll be able to pick up the phone either in store at a local retailer or through Verizon's online website as is usually the case. Those who aren't keen on paying full cost for the LG V20 up front, can purchase the phone on Verizon's Device Payment plan which breaks up the full cost into 24 monthly payments. Even though Verizon has not yet mentioned an exact release date for the launch, they should end up taking pre-orders for the device, so those who already know that this is the phone for them will be able to secure a device before it's available for purchase.
With all that's packed inside the LG V20 when it comes to specifications and hardware, the price Verizon has listed will likely be a good value to quite a few customers, especially those that want the best audio and camera quality in a smartphone that money can buy. As a recap, the LG V20 comes equipped with a 5.7-inch QHD LCD display complete with a second screen for details like weather, date, time, and notifications just like last year's LG V10. It has 64GB of internal storage with expandable storage support up to 2TB, as well as 4GB of RAM. Perhaps the LG V20's biggest features, though, will be it's 16MP + 8MP wide dual camera setup on the back, alongside a 5MP wide front-facing camera, and it's premium audio experience thanks to the integrated 32-Bit Hi-Fi Quad DAC. If pictures and sound are what you're looking for in a smartphone, LG and Verizon have you covered with the V20, of course, it doesn't hurt that the V20 will be the first phone to ship with Android 7.0 Nougat. Verizon has not yet listed the pricing for the LG V20 on their network but that information will be made available in the next few weeks with the phone launching in the third quarter of this year.