Specs summary

Screen
5.7"

The LG V20's screen is 5.7 inches with 1440 x 2560 pixels resolution.

Processor
2.15GHz

There is a Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 MSM8996 Quad core 2.15 GHz processor (CPU).

OS

The phone runs on the Android 7.0 Nougat operating system (OS).

Camera
16+ MP
You can take photos or capture video with the phone's onboard 16+ megapixel camera. There is also a secondary front facing camera with 5+ megapixels resolution.
Storage
64 GB

Internal memory is 64 GB. An external, MicroSD, MicroSDHC, microSDXC (up to 2000 GB) expansion slot is available for increased storage capacity.

Battery
3200mAh

The phone is powered by a Lithium-Ion (Li-Ion), 3200 mAh battery. LG's performance ratings are 6.7 days standby time, 960 minutes (2G).



The V20 has broad appeal, an interesting camera setup and mountains of features — but it doesn't quite 'wow' as a complete product.

- Andrew Martonik , Android Community 

Whether it’s taking sexy selfies or scenic landscapes, the LG V20 is the camera phone for the job.

- Andy Boxall , Digital Trends 

Reviews (8/10 Avg. rating)


Feature rich smartphone, but cannot beat most flagships in the market

from tech2

There are a bunch of things that impressed me.The audio recording, playback capabilities and camera features get a thumbs up. Now while the camera is loaded with features, it is not quite up there when it comes to performance. The always-on display bar is practical and could go a long way. In ter... More

There are a bunch of things that impressed me.The audio recording, playback capabilities and camera features get a thumbs up. Now while the camera is loaded with features, it is not quite up there when it comes to performance. The always-on display bar is practical and could go a long way. In terms of overall performance, I was impressed at how snappy and fluid the phone felt.

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The epitome of LG's technology and the embodiment of a no-comprise phone

from GSMArena

The LG V20 is a great phone, certainly the best out of LG - something that used to be reserved for the LG G line of devices. The design may not be everyone's cup of tea, but the attention to detail and the overall quality are undeniable. And the V20 isn't all about innovation - the phone uph... More

The LG V20 is a great phone, certainly the best out of LG - something that used to be reserved for the LG G line of devices. The design may not be everyone's cup of tea, but the attention to detail and the overall quality are undeniable. And the V20 isn't all about innovation - the phone upholds the high standard of being a flagship with a big display, a great camera, the latest processor, a fingerprint scanner and a quality build.

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Bye bye point and shoot camera

from G Style Magazine

The photos most of the latest smartphones produce are more than good enough and the added benefit of being able to upload these shots right away to your favorite social media sites is a huge plus. Not only that, you can edit your photos before posting which isn’t something you can really do... More

The photos most of the latest smartphones produce are more than good enough and the added benefit of being able to upload these shots right away to your favorite social media sites is a huge plus. Not only that, you can edit your photos before posting which isn’t something you can really do on a regular camera. The convenience of a smartphone and the improved photo quality on a device like the LG V20 makes not having a real camera now and issue anymore with me on vacation.

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Well worth considering seriously for its versatility and uniqueness

from NDTV

LG’s V20 it is a bit of a jack of all trades. It’s trying to be a lot of things, and in most cases, it succeeds – just without much finesse. While some phones have one standout feature as their calling card, this one offers not only dual cameras but also the second screen, impac... More

LG’s V20 it is a bit of a jack of all trades. It’s trying to be a lot of things, and in most cases, it succeeds – just without much finesse. While some phones have one standout feature as their calling card, this one offers not only dual cameras but also the second screen, impact-resistant body, and Android 7.0. High-quality sound recording might not be a much-sought-after feature but it’s a very handy bonus. We think that LG could have done a bit better in the styling department, and its software could use a lot more polish.

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Makes a mark with B&O sound

from Techgoondu

If you’re looking for an Android phone, particularly a large-screen one after the Galaxy Note7 has gone off the market, the V20 should be on your list. You’d find it surprisingly attractive.

If you’re looking for an Android phone, particularly a large-screen one after the Galaxy Note7 has gone off the market, the V20 should be on your list. You’d find it surprisingly attractive.

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Great audio performance, removable back and battery

from Digit

There’s no denying that the LG V20 is a fast and good phone. It’s just not in that absolute premium class. It’s not built like an iPhone, and it lacks the camera quality of the Pixel and iPhone. The primary reasons to purchase the LG V20, are its removable back and battery,... More

There’s no denying that the LG V20 is a fast and good phone. It’s just not in that absolute premium class. It’s not built like an iPhone, and it lacks the camera quality of the Pixel and iPhone. The primary reasons to purchase the LG V20, are its removable back and battery, and superior audio performance. If you’re part of that niche segment, the LG V20 is the only flagship that fulfills your needs.

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The definitive LG flagship this year

from Gearburn

The LG V20 offers a great but not excellent camera experience (in large part due to the extensive settings), rich audio playback and super-speedy performance. But those hoping to get some fantastic concert recordings will need to do just that – hope.

The LG V20 offers a great but not excellent camera experience (in large part due to the extensive settings), rich audio playback and super-speedy performance. But those hoping to get some fantastic concert recordings will need to do just that – hope.

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One of the best phablet offerings on the market

from Fone Arena

The LG V20 is without a doubt one of the best offerings on the market when it comes to focus on the camera and multimedia department. The dual camera setup at the rear, dual FoV front camera, extensive manual controls for video/photo and brilliant audio output are all very unique and something th... More

The LG V20 is without a doubt one of the best offerings on the market when it comes to focus on the camera and multimedia department. The dual camera setup at the rear, dual FoV front camera, extensive manual controls for video/photo and brilliant audio output are all very unique and something that very few smartphones can boast of. Even if they do have one or two of those features, not all can claim to have all of them in one package.

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The best smartphone for audiophiles

from AndroidPIT

The LG V20 isn’t the perfect smartphone. Neither is it the prettiest nor the longest lasting. It has several shortcomings most notably, it lacks Snapdragon 821, it’s not waterproof, it isn't as polished as its competition and it has an IPS rather than an AMOLED screen. But, that&rsquo... More

The LG V20 isn’t the perfect smartphone. Neither is it the prettiest nor the longest lasting. It has several shortcomings most notably, it lacks Snapdragon 821, it’s not waterproof, it isn't as polished as its competition and it has an IPS rather than an AMOLED screen. But, that’s not to say it can’t stand up to its competition. The V20 has something they don’t: it dares to be original without being eccentric.

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A powerful phone that can last them for years to come

from Android Community

My time with the V20 has proven to be interesting. I went from being somewhat indifferent toward LG’s phones to genuinely excited about what the V20 brings to the table. If you were a previous Note 7 owner and you don’t mind losing the S Pen functionality, I think the V20 will serve a... More

My time with the V20 has proven to be interesting. I went from being somewhat indifferent toward LG’s phones to genuinely excited about what the V20 brings to the table. If you were a previous Note 7 owner and you don’t mind losing the S Pen functionality, I think the V20 will serve as a suitable replacement. In fact, the V20 is an easy recommendation for anyone in the market for a new phone, simply because I have a hard time coming up with things to dislike about it. The second screen is not only a cool idea, but it’s executed almost flawlessly here. In a world where smartphones are becoming more and more alike, the second screen makes the V20 stand out. 

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