The LG V40 ThinQ is finally here. Although this is very exciting news, the $900+ price tag is not in the budget for all of us. The upside for the more budget-minded of you is that the imminent release of the latest LG flagship has pushed the price of refurbished LG V20 handsets lower than ever before.
Woot is currently running a great deal on a limited number of these highly-rated smartphones. You can choose to have your phone unlocked or not with a price tag of just $139.99 to $149.99.
The LG V20 was released two years ago and scored highly in our review. Specifications such as 64GB of storage, 4GB RAM, and a dual rear camera mean that this is a phone which is still more than capable as a daily driver.
It even has a removable battery — a feature all too rare in smartphones these days.
Yes, these phones are refurbished. You will have to put up with a few cosmetic defects but you are getting a fully tested and working smartphone for a heavily discounted rate. New ones still sell for $400 on Amazon, so for just $139.99 who cares about a few scuffs or scratches?
You are protected by a 90-day warranty for your peace of mind, and the option to purchase a longer warranty is available.
LG V20 specifications:
- Display: (main) 5.7-inch Quad HD IPS Quantum 2560 x 1440, (secondary) IPS Quantum 160 x 1040
- Processor: Qualcomm Snapdragon 820
- RAM: 4GB
- Storage: 64GB, microSD expandable to 400GB
- Cameras: (Rear) 16MP and 8MP, (front) 5MP
- Operating system: Android 8.0 (Oreo)
- Battery: 3,200mAh, removable, Qualcomm Quick Charge 3.0
- Features: Hi-Fi Video Recording, Steady Record 2.0, HD Audio Recorder, fingerprint scanner
- Dimensions: 159.7 x 78.1 x 7.6mm
This is a timed deal, but the stock is likely to sell out well before the deadline is reached. To avoid missing out hit the button below.
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