Pre-Order LG's Dual-Display V20 Phone From AT&T


The LG V20 smartphone is available now to pre-order from AT&T.

Early bird buyers can take advantage of two limited-time offers, including the opportunity to snag an LG G Pad X 10.1 for 99 cents with a V20 on AT&T Next. DirecTV and U-verse TV customers, meanwhile, are eligible to receive up to $695 in monthly credits when purchasing a V20 on AT&T Next or Next Every Year. Or, subscribers can opt to pick up an LG V20 on AT&T Next for $27.67 per month for 30 months, or AT&T Next Every Year for $34.59 per month for 24 months.

The handset should ship to early bird AT&T buyers between Oct. 24 and 27, depending on stock.

The V20 arrives via T-Mobile on Oct. 28; pricing will be revealed closer to the launch date. But as a limited-time incentive, the un-carrier said anyone who buys a new V20 will receive a pair of Bang & Olufsen BeoPlay H3 headphones (a $149 value).

The V20 is the first device to ship with Android 7.0 Nougat. Google's Pixel phone will also run Nougat, but it doesn't arrive until November. The Pixel, however, will have a slightly souped-up version of Nougat, which supports things like swiping up to view all apps.

Last month, Nougat and its 250-plus "major features" hit existing Nexus devices. The mobile OS boasts more personalization and productivity options, better power management, support for advanced 3D and VR platforms like Daydream, and upgraded security.

The most notable feature of the V20, though, is its secondary display, which you can find in the top right corner above the primary display. The small second screen functions the same as it did on the V10, providing you with the time, date, notifications, and quick access to apps, tools, and camera controls (when the camera app is open).

LG's 5.7-inch next-gen smartphone sports a Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 Quad-core processor and runs Android Nougat. It also comes with dual front cameras and two rear-facing shooters—including the 16-megapixel standard-angle lens and an 8-megapixel 135-degree wide angle. Plus, Steady Record 2.0 image stabilization promises smoother, clearer videos, while the Hi-Fi recording function means high-quality audio.

For more, see PCMag's preview of the LG V20 and the slideshow above.

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