AT&T and T-Mobile both have announced the dreaded price tag for the tank that is the LG V20. On average, we’re talking about a full Benjamin more for the new Android Nougat phone than the V10, but with crucial feature improvements for media makers and media rakers and even some add-ons for pre-order peeps, some can justify the cost jump.

But maybe you’d like some personal time with the phone to properly judge whether it’s worth your bucks.

Droid Life is reporting that Verizon will start online pre-orders of the LG V20 on Thursday and stock showrooms at its stores for sales starting October 27, a day earlier than other carriers in the US.

No pricing info has been given, but we do know the price of an unlocked unit from Newegg and B&H Photo: $799.99. Pre-orders are already in motion for Newegg while B&H is holding off until Wednesday. Only Newegg is promising a shipping date of November 11, though. Each is offering a free LG G Pad 7-inch Wi-Fi tablet. Newegg goes the extra step with an ORICO Power Bank.

Source: Droid Life, Newegg, B&H Photo
Via: Android Police

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