Also for those who love a good deal, Sprint has announced that for a limited time customers can trade in their old phone for credit of $200, as well as a free pair of Bang & Olufsen H3 earphones that are worth $149, so if you don’t know what to do with your old phone, this could be one way to get rid of it.
According to Rod Millar, senior vice president of Product Development for Sprint, ”The all-new LG V20 takes an enormous leap forward for mobile video, making it easy to share life the way it really looks and sounds. With V20, you can easily capture crystal-clear video and audio to share these moments exactly as you experienced them. We can’t wait to see what Sprint customers can do with this amazing smartphone.”
So far reviews (including ours) of the LG V20 have been largely favorable, although we guess the phone’s launch was pretty close to the release of the Galaxy Note 7, it might have been overshadowed. However given the problems Samsung is facing with the Note 7, perhaps the LG V20 could be a viable candidate if you’re after a new phone.