The LG V20 has been liked by many customers and it is doing a brisk business in the United-States however, the phone with all the required technical specifications has one drawback. The phone comes with a locked boot-loader which means only company specific SIM cards can run on this device. The currently locked version of the device supports SIM cards of Verizon, AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile and US Cellular only. Owing to this many a customers are disappointed. But now there is a reason to smile for the LG’s loyal customers. The retailer has announced that the unlocked device will soon be shipped to the states and it will support the SIM card of all mobile carrier companies.
The unlocked LG V20 will be available November onward from retailers such as B&H and Newegg. Earlier the date for the availability was stated to be 11th November but owing to the shipment delays the dates have been postponed to 24th November 2016. The device will soon be available in stores and the buyers can avail the unlocked version at $799.
The phone which can be considered to be a pretty nice replacement for the Samsung Galaxy Note7 is full of specifications which one can flaunt quite confidently. Go through the specifications to decide whether to buy the device or not.
Specifications of LG V20
Display: 5.7 inch IPS LCD Touchscreen
Resolution: 2560 X 1440 Resolution
Processor: Qualcomm Snapdragon 820
RAM: 4 GB
Storage: 64 GB Internal (Expandable up to 2 TB)
Camera: 16 Megapixel + 8 Megapixel Primary
5 Megapixel Selfie Shooter
Battery: 3200 mAh removable Li-Ion battery
Android Version Android Version 7.0 Nougat
Versions: Titan and Silver
Availability: Locked version available now
Unlocked version available from 24th November 2016 onwards
Stores: B&H and Newegg