T-Mobile and AT&T both outed their respective availability details for LG's V20 yesterday, and now Sprint has followed suit. So of the so called 'big four', only Verizon has yet to say anything about the handset.
Like T-Mobile, Sprint oddly hasn't revealed how much the V20 will cost. Yet we know from AT&T that it will be anything but cheap, with a full retail price of $830 over there. Expect similar price points at the other carriers.
Sprint will start taking pre-orders for the V20 on October 21, and the phone will be available starting on October 28, just like it will be at T-Mobile. Also like the magenta carrier, Sprint will give you a free pair of Bang & Olufsen BeoPlay H3 headphones with every V20 purchase. Those are a $149 value. Additionally, for a limited time you can trade in an eligible smartphone to receive $200 credit towards the V20's price.
What is your opinion on the Asus Zenfone 3 Deluxe?
All for the low low price of $830, AND as an added bonus removable battery feature is now included.
Can i know whether it is "Finalize" Product? As i heard a lot of people in youtube mention it is still pre-product, even in LG V20 Gsmarena Review, it mention at the summary/conclusion too.