Deal: Buy 2 LG V30s from T-Mobile and save $500 (or get a free LG G6, or V20)


Available at T-Mobile starting today, the LG V30 is one of
the carrier’s most expensive Android smartphones, costing $800 outright (or $80
upfront and $30 per month for 24 months). Fortunately, if you need to buy two
V30 handsets, for a limited time, T-Mobile will let you save $500.

 

To take advantage of T-Mobile’s new deal, both LG V30 phones
must be bought on a 24-month equipment installment plan, with at least one new line
activation. After all requirements are met, you’ll receive a $500 rebate via Prepaid
MasterCard Card.

 

If you don’t want to save $500 on two V30 handsets, …


AT&T pushes new update to LG V20, see what's changed

A new software upgrade is hitting AT&T LG V20 units across the States. Weighing in at the hefty 1.01GB, the update should bump the software version of the 2016 phablet to H91010P.

Usually, an update of this size suggests that there are a lot of new changes on board. However, AT&T only mentions three things in the changelog. 
After installing the new version, users will receive the Android security improvements for August 2017. That’s a bit regrettable, as both the September and October patches have been …

Deal: Unlocked LG V20 discounted to $302 at Walmart

LG has just announced it will bring its newest flagship smartphone, the V30, to the US on October 5. However, if you can’t afford to purchase the company’s top-tier handset, you might want to take a look at what the last year flagship has to offer.

The LG V20 is currently on sale at Walmart for just $302, about 20% cheaper than the usual price. Many US retailers still sell the V20 for $380 or even higher, so you’ll be saving quite a lot if you decide to go for Walmart’s deal.

It’s worth mentioning that the smartphone comes unlocked and you’ll also receive …

Deal time! Unlocked/AT&T LG V20 is just $329.99 from NeweggFlash

How would you like to save $150 or 31% off the price of the unlocked/AT&T LG V20? With the LG V30 unveiled, but not yet ready for sale in the states, you might be feeling anxious enough to go for the previous model at a very nice discount. First, we need to point out something that might seem confusing. While the phone is indeed unlocked, it doesn’t carry all of the T-Mobile supported bands. Thus, using this unit on the T-Mobile network might be hit or miss. However, it will work throughout the AT&T network. Keep in mind that this is a GSM model, which means that Verizon and Sprint users …

LG V30: should you upgrade from the LG V10 or V20?

The LG V30 is here and, quite frankly, it’s an eye-grabbing phone. Beautiful design, huge display, tiny bezels. LG nailed the 2017 flagship trends and finally outed a phone that has this year’s processor (zing). You’d be right to be asking yourself “Should I be upgrading right now?”. Either that or you are already throwing money at the screen. In any case, let’s see if the V30 is worth an upgrade.

Design
If you are coming from the original LG V10, you will definitely appreciate the new design and materials. Yes, the V10 was hitting some nails on the head with …

LG V30 vs LG G6 vs LG V20: An interface comparison

LG’s UX interface has definitely gone a long way for the past few years, with the G6 and the latest V30 being the best examples of what the South Korean manufacturer is capable of.
It’s definitely gone a long way, but how has it evolved over the past year or so? Well, while the answer to that question can be easily visualized with a couple of pictures. After all, a picture is worth a thousand words, so here are a few thousand words that will show you how LG ha stepped up its game

Lock screen, home screen, and notifications bar

Minor …

LG V30 wide-angle camera produces less distortion than G6 and V20; here's the difference

Wide-angle cameras are a bit of a double-edged sword. While they have an enormous field of view, distortion spoils the image, stretching it out of proportion. LG’s previous dual-camera phones – the G6 and the V20 included – were all affected by this, as anyone who’s ever used their secondary wide-angle shooters surely knows. The new LG V30, however, promises to differ.
One of the camera upgrades LG brings with the V30 is reduced distortion in wide-angle images. At the same time, its secondary camera retains an impressively wide viewing angle of …

LG V30 vs Galaxy S8+ vs LG V20 vs LG G6: A specs comparison

LG is stepping things up with the LG V30 today, announcing the third entry in its acclaimed V-series family, which is shaping up to be quite the stunning device. A fitting competition to the current top Android phones and also quite the deserving follow-up to the LG V20 and, of course, the LG G6.
But how does it fare against Samsung’s Galaxy S8+ and LG’s own G6 from the first half of this year? Is it really that big of an improvement over the V20 from a year ago? There’s an easy and there’s a detailed answer to that question. 
We’ll …

Deal: Need a great affordable phablet? Unlocked LG V20 (refurbished) is on sale for $279!

ProductLocationItem ConditionCurrent PriceOffer Expires
LG V20 Verizon Unlocked,
64GB, Titan Gray

Daily StealsRefurbished

$279 ($380)
27% off

N/A

GRAB IT HERE

Looking for a great phablet on a budget? If that’s the case, you’re in luck, as LG’s V20 model is now on sale at Daily Steals. You can currently buy the device in Titan Gray for less than $300 on the e-commerce site. 
Please …

T-Mobile has limited time "One for you, One for Me" deal on the LG G6 and LG V20

T-Mobile has a deal on two of LG’s top shelf handsets. For a limited time only, you can buy the LG G6 or the LG V20 using the carrier’s Equipment Installment Plan. When you add a line, another LG G6 or LG V20 is yours for free after a rebate. With the deal, you can save $500 while picking up a pair of  powerful LG handsets. Just keep in mind that the LG V30 is expected to be unveiled on August 31st, so you might keep that in mind when deciding whether to take advantage of T-Mobile’s promotion.

The LG G6 is $20 down and $20 a month with a full retail price of $500. The handset is available …