T-Mobile says it's working with LG to create and release updates to Android Oreo for the G5, G6, V20, V30, and V30+. This information currently resides on the software support pages for the aforementioned models on its website. The exact wording is "T-Mobile and the device manufacturer have...
T-Mobile is offering its famous BOGO deals again for the holiday season on several different phones. Samsung Galaxy S8 and Samsung Galaxy S8+, Samsung Galaxy Note 8, Samsung Galaxy S8 Active, LG G6, LG V20, LG V30 and LG V30+ are all included in this deal.
The LG V30 may have been announced, but it still isn't for sale in the US. Until then, last year's V20 reigns as the newest LG V-series phone you can purchase stateside. And now, you can get an AT&T/unlocked model for just $329.99 on NeweggFlash through seller Breed.
T-Mobile is offering a free (after rebate) LG G6 or V20 when the user activates a G6 or V20 on another line. The rebate comes in the form of a prepaid debit card.
Sprint is offering the G6 for $20 per month for 18 months, totaling $360, down from the regular price of $480.
Now that Pocketnow has had the LG V20 for a while, they decided to revisit the device for another review. They still enjoy the audio quality, feel the hardware is a terrific asset, but still aren't a fan of the software.
Mobile Syrup published a 6-month review of the LG V20 and feels the device offers some key features (like the audio DAC) that could lure some customers in. However, it's of their opinion that it isn't great enough to knock anyone off their pedestals in any category except for audio.
LG was recently sued for not properly fixing the loop issue that plagued many of their smartphones. The original lawsuit had only included the LG G4 and the LG V10, but since then other customers have stepped up and now the lawsuit includes the G5, V20 and the Nexus 5X.