The LG V20, LG’s multi-media focused premium device with a dual-camera setup and a secondary display, is coming to Rogers and Bell in March 2017, according to internal documents received by MobileSyrup.
The LG V20 is coming to Bell on March 9th with a no-contract price of $999.99 CAD, while the device is expected to arrive at Rogers at an even earlier date with a no-contract price of $979. Additionally, the Rogers document discloses that the V20 will be $729 on a two-year Talk and Text plan, $629 on a two-year Smart Tab plan, $479 on a two-year Premium Tab plan and $279 on a two-year Premium+ Tab plan.
The smartphone was initially launched on Freedom Mobile and Quebec-based regional carrier Videotron in late October 2016. The V20 is $1,029.95 no-contract at Videotron and sells for as little as $49.95 on a two-year plan of $89.95 or more. At Freedom, which values it as one of the few devices that supports Band 66 LTE, it is $999 outright and as low as $99 down with a $25 MyTab Boost.
The V20 was released with Android Nougat, runs on a Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 processor backed by 4GB of RAM and was the first smartphone to ever feature a 32-bit Hi-Fi Quad DAC for high-quality audio.