LG V20 64GB Titan Grey (Unlocked) 5.7" QHD, Dual Rear Camera, 4GB RAM Phone £370.03 inc. delivery @ mobilepros1 on eBay
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LG V20 64GB Titan Grey (Unlocked) 5.7" QHD, Dual Rear Camera, 4GB RAM Phone £370.03 inc. delivery @ mobilepros1 on eBay

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Found 24th Jun 2017
Underrated LG phone, available for US$369.99 ~ £290.46. Sent from USA. Another $100 ~ £80 to cover tracked delivery and import charges.

If you know someone who lives in USA/are visiting soon, this might work out even better.

5.7 inch Quad HD IPS Capacitive Touchscreen Display w/ Corning Gorilla Glass 4
Operating System: Android v7.0 Nougat
Rear Dual Cameras: 16 Megapixel & 8 Megapixel
Rear Camera Features: 16MP - Standard Angle Lens, 75 degrees, 1/2.8" image sensor, f/1.8 low light, Sony IMX298 Exmor RS + 8MP - Wide-Angle Lens, 135 degrees, 1/4" image sensor, f/2.4 low light, Sony IMX219 Exmor R
Front-Facing Camera: 5 Megapixel Selfie Camera
Video: 2160p@30fps, 1080p@30fps, 720p@120fps, 24-bit/192kHz stereo sound rec.
Wi-Fi: Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac, dual-band, Wi-Fi Direct, DLNA, hotspot
USB: microUSB v2.0, Type-C 1.0 Reversible Connector
Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 with X12 LTE Quad-Core 2.15 GHz Kryo
64GB Storage Capacity + 4GB of RAM
Removable Lithium Ion 3200 mAh Battery
Dimensions: 6.28 x 3.07 x 0.30 inches
2G Network: GSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900 & CDMA 800 / 1900
3G Network: HSDPA 850 / 900 / 1900 / 2100 + Supported CDMA Protocols (CDMA2000 1xRTT, CDMA2000 1xEV-DO Rel. 0, CDMA2000 1xEV-DO Rev A, CDMA2000 1xEV-DO Rev B)
4G Network: LTE Bands 2(1900) / 3(1800) / 4(1700) / 5(850) / 7(2600) / 12(700) / 13(700) / 17(700) / 20(800) / 25(1900)
SIM Card Size: Nano-SIM
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mikeyfive

Bootloop / No international warranty.Wouldn't touch one with a barge pole.


Bootloop in your head...
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Cheaper on ebay fro irish sellers as well
Bootloop / No international warranty.
Wouldn't touch one with a barge pole.
mikeyfive

Bootloop / No international warranty.Wouldn't touch one with a barge pole.


Bootloop in your head...
pavel76

Bootloop in your head...


No is not, i had bootlops on g4 and n5x.

It has pretty much the same chipset / motherboard as the G4 and has common bootlooping issues.
... Google it dude.

pavel76

Bootloop in your head...


mikeyfive

It has pretty much the same chipset / motherboard as the G4 and has … It has pretty much the same chipset / motherboard as the G4 and has common bootlooping issues.... Google it dude.



The Snapdragon 820 is not "pretty much" an 808!

That's why I said chipset and not CPU.
en.wikipedia.org/wik…ues

nublets2k

The Snapdragon 820 is not "pretty much" an 808!


mikeyfive

That's why I said chipset and not … That's why I said chipset and not CPU.https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/LG_smartphone_bootloop_issues



Snapdragon 820 is the chipset (SoC), the cpu is Kryo.

That wiki link says that it's caused by the components not being soldered adequately to withstand the heat it generates. It's not a fault with the Soc, just the way it's attached to the motherboard.
nublets2k

Snapdragon 820 is the chipset (SoC), the cpu is Kryo. That wiki link says … Snapdragon 820 is the chipset (SoC), the cpu is Kryo. That wiki link says that it's caused by the components not being soldered adequately to withstand the heat it generates. It's not a fault with the Soc, just the way it's attached to the motherboard.




Buy the phone then.
After having bin my G4 after 7 months, I wouldn't.
I had a bootloop with G4, within my 2 year warranty, and it was repaired for free.
I have the V10, awesome phone, no bootloop, yawn.
Ice cold, nearly £100 cheaper via eglobal
But it's not an iPhone app
manyati

I had a bootloop with G4, within my 2 year warranty, and it was repaired … I had a bootloop with G4, within my 2 year warranty, and it was repaired for free.



But your G4 was a UK model. LG don't offer a world wide warranty and this is an import, so LG UK won't touch it if it ever goes wrong.

Having said all that, I've just bought an LG V10 dual sim model from HK and it's great
mikeyfive

It has pretty much the same chipset / motherboard as the G4 and has … It has pretty much the same chipset / motherboard as the G4 and has common bootlooping issues.... Google it dude.



You can google any phone and find bootloop issues.

The only reason this isn't a good deal is that you can get it cheaper elsewhere.
steve1221

But your G4 was a UK model. LG don't offer a world wide warranty and this … But your G4 was a UK model. LG don't offer a world wide warranty and this is an import, so LG UK won't touch it if it ever goes wrong.Having said all that, I've just bought an LG V10 dual sim model from HK and it's great



My G4 was a HK model actually, bought off eBay.
Big mistake, won't be doing it again... moved over to Samsung, would never buy another LG.
Willzzz

You can google any phone and find bootloop issuesThe only reason this … You can google any phone and find bootloop issuesThe only reason this isn't a good deal is that you can get it cheaper elsewhere.




Strange that LG seems to suffer more than any other manufacturer.

So, the reason it's not a good deal is that there's a higher than average chance it'll fail after a few months, added to the fact you get an eBay import sellers warranty (ie no warranty).

Obviously the majority of people voting this deal cold tend to agree.
I'd say this is a cold deal simply because you can get V20's for much less than this, under 300 quid in some cases and since they're all grey imports there's no advantage as there would be for other phones if there's the option of a higher priced UK model.

With regards to the boot loop issue it's difficult to know how widespread it is, it's normal with the nature of forums to focus on negative attributes. However I have a friend who bight a grey import LG G4 which had the boot loop issue (and little luck getting it sorted under warranty or through his credit card company using s75) so he gave up and bought a UK G4 which also had the boot loop issue. He was able to get that one sorted under warranty at least.

The V20 seems the only viable upgrade to a Note 4 but LG's recent performance gives little faith in buying an unsupported grey import.
mikeyfive

Strange that LG seems to suffer more than any other manufacturer.



Based on what data?

There was a genuine issue with some G4s and since then there has been a spotlight on LG with any reports of the odd one off bootloop being blown out of all proportion.
I have one of these purchased from eglobal. Had an iphone 4 and then a LG G3 before hand. I've also use recent Samsungs in the past and the iPhone 7. Like this phone better than the lot. No problems with the V20 to date and IMHO it is a superb phone. Love the fact that the battery is easy to replace, that it takes two sims, that it can handle micro sd memory upgrades (and big ones at that). Also love the camera and especially the quality of the audio through a set of cans, really drives my grados which is a massive suprise for a phone. Have customised the second screen with my most used apps which I also love.

Providing tbe phone continues to work then I will be well happy with it.
one can bring the price down by using the promo code PSUMMER15OFF during checkout (according to gsmarena)
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