LG V20 H990 Dual Sim 64GB 4GB RAM 5.7" QHD Screen - Titan  £265.99  eglobalcentral
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LG V20 H990 Dual Sim 64GB 4GB RAM 5.7" QHD Screen - Titan £265.99 eglobalcentral

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Found 26th Jun 2017
Lowest price I've seen for this phone... GIVEME5 code for 5% off

- 2.15 GHz Snapdragon 820 Quad-Core CPU
- 64GB Storage Capacity + 4GB of RAM
- 5.7" IPS LCD Touchscreen Display
- QHD 2560 x 1440 Resolution
- 16MP + 8MP Rear Cameras / 5MP Front
- Hi-Fi Quad DAC Audio
- Removable 3200mAh Battery
- Android 7.0 Nougat
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good price...........BUT eglobal ? NO thanks!
Such a shame this isn't available officially in the uk. Specs are perfect for what I want.
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good price...........BUT eglobal ? NO thanks!
cracking specifications of a phone
cullies

good price...........BUT eglobal ? NO thanks!


oh why?
Such a shame this isn't available officially in the uk. Specs are perfect for what I want.
Have they sorted the woeful battery performance that the V10 suffers from? Suspect not given they've increased the screen size and only increased the battery to 3200 mah.
eagleian

Such a shame this isn't available officially in the uk. Specs are perfect … Such a shame this isn't available officially in the uk. Specs are perfect for what I want.



​Agreed, I have a note 4 and having a few issues with it so need something else and the V20 looks the best upgrade but not keen on a grey import especially with LG's recent track history.
is it worth an extra £40 to upgrade to the G6?
bluecityste

is it worth an extra £40 to upgrade to the G6?



They're both similar devices, both have 5.7in displays but the LG G6 is physically smaller and its display is 18:9 rather than 16:9, the V20 has a secondary display on top of the main display. The LG G6 has a weather sealed body with a non-replaceable battery while the V20 isn't weather sealed but it's one of the last flagship phones to have a replaceable battery. The G6 has had a much wider release than the V20 which could mean user support is better as there should be a lot more of them out there whereas I find the V20 forums are generally comparatively quiet.

Personally I'm considering the V20 for the replaceable battery particularly as the current rumours are pointing to the V30 having a sealed design similar to the G6. However having to buy the V20 as a grey import and the quieter user forums are big black marks against it, the cheaper price is making it a more difficult choice.

John
does it have band 20 LTE?
Kapitan.Kloss

does it have band 20 LTE?



Yep:

gsmarena.com/lg_…php

4G bands\x09LTE band 1(2100), 2(1900), 3(1800), 4(1700/2100), 5(850), … 4G bands\x09LTE band 1(2100), 2(1900), 3(1800), 4(1700/2100), 5(850), 7(2600), 8(900), 12(700), 17(700), 20(800), 26(850), 28(700), 38(2600), 39(1900), 40(2300), 41(2500)

Thanks John, food for thought.
I'm edging towards the G6 due to the upgraded CPU....
bluecityste

Thanks John, food for thought.I'm edging towards the G6 due to the … Thanks John, food for thought.I'm edging towards the G6 due to the upgraded CPU....



There isn't much difference in the processors, the 821 is a slightly higher clocked version of the 820 but that's pretty much it - you need an 835 to get a proper upgrade.

I haven't used either phone although if the replaceable battery isn't a requirement, I'd probably go for the G6.

John
The V20 is a media beast and if you're that way inclined its the way to go.
Any battery wows are negated by the fact you can swap the battery out in seconds
It's crazy price for a 8 month old Flagship device which is the best media device bar none and tempts me even more as the price falls fortnightly.

youtu.be/_44…o8I
Nearly 4 hours and not a single bootloop comment?
This phone is cracking but a bit worthless without an available extended battery!
got this phone a year ago and its a keeper! audio quad dac is a great feature
Lucifer_UK

This phone is cracking but a bit worthless without an available extended … This phone is cracking but a bit worthless without an available extended battery!



Removable battery means you can carry spares.

Using one to write this answer. Had it for a few days, is brilliant, love it. Audio quality is superb. Performance very good (previous phone was Snapdragon 800 with 2GB RAM)
And it's now possible to unlock bootloader and root it, thus assuring longevity with third party ROMs.
Edited by: "speculatrix" 27th Jun 2017
showing £285 instead of £265...
stuartbaker80

Nearly 4 hours and not a single bootloop comment?



​I've had g3.g4.g5. and none of them had single bootloop
If I was to risk buying one of these what has the most protection using my credit card or PayPal?
Bigsmoke825

If I was to risk buying one of these what has the most protection using … If I was to risk buying one of these what has the most protection using my credit card or PayPal?



​From any dealings I've had with PayPal I'd say CC all day long
code doesn't work?
Great phone. I have one in silver bought back in March for £435 so for this price its a steal. Also the dual sim version has just been rooted recently (check XDA).
Bigsmoke825

If I was to risk buying one of these what has the most protection using … If I was to risk buying one of these what has the most protection using my credit card or PayPal?



​I think... PayPal will cover you for any failed delivery well enough, and CC will offer a level of protection under S75 should the item develop a fault. Short term v medium term in effect.
Hi,
Try this link to compare the G6 and V20:

gsmarena.com/com…466

Hot deal though

Edited by: "Adv86" 27th Jun 2017
I'm looking to sell my current phone which is the Xperia XZ and replace it with the V20. How is warranty dealt with?
Tempted, but having had my LG Nexus 5X repaired under warranty twice, I'd not want to own another LG device without a warranty.
Just got rid of a V10 for a similar amount. V20 has unbeatable spec at this price bracket.
The Korean G6 differs from the European version, but does this V20 have any versions to look out for?
Johnmcl7

They're both similar devices, both have 5.7in displays but the LG G6 is … They're both similar devices, both have 5.7in displays but the LG G6 is physically smaller and its display is 18:9 rather than 16:9, the V20 has a secondary display on top of the main display. The LG G6 has a weather sealed body with a non-replaceable battery while the V20 isn't weather sealed but it's one of the last flagship phones to have a replaceable battery. The G6 has had a much wider release than the V20 which could mean user support is better as there should be a lot more of them out there whereas I find the V20 forums are generally comparatively quiet.Personally I'm considering the V20 for the replaceable battery particularly as the current rumours are pointing to the V30 having a sealed design similar to the G6. However having to buy the V20 as a grey import and the quieter user forums are big black marks against it, the cheaper price is making it a more difficult choice.John


Thank you John
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this is £286, not £266? the code doesn't work? and even if it did, it still wouldn't be £266?
Hi. Does it have fast charge? Type-c connector??
Just checked - has both
Type C and quick charge. I have a nice spigen case on mine and wouldnt bother flipping out batteries. Usb battery packs always do the trick for me.
Original Poster
johnf007

Hi. Does it have fast charge? Type-c connector??


Yes, LG charger mod nr MCS-H06TR with type-c connector ...received mine today after ordering last thursday with free delivery. Current price will be £277.99 after NEWARRIVAL code
How long do you get on a single charge?
Which version of Android is the phone running on? Nougat?
tomhood98

this is £286, not £266? the code doesn't work? and even if it did, it s … this is £286, not £266? the code doesn't work? and even if it did, it still wouldn't be £266?



​It was ~£280 when initially posted, which would make it £266 after 5% discount - prices seem to fluctuate on a daily basis, sometimes more frequently. Just check their page as often as you can, or at least once a day.
Original Poster
Just.Wondering

Which version of Android is the phone running on? Nougat?


Nougat
unistudentparamedic

I'm looking to sell my current phone which is the Xperia XZ and replace … I'm looking to sell my current phone which is the Xperia XZ and replace it with the V20. How is warranty dealt with?



Since it's a grey import, it needs to go back to its original territory for LG to honour the warranty. Some people report this goes ok and they're with out the phone for a relatively short period of time, others have been without the phone for much longer and had problems getting it sorted.

With grey imports I work on the assumption it has no warranty and if it does get sorted under warranty, that's a bonus.

John
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