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Now’s the best time to buy an LG V20 phone

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LAST year’s LG big-screen flagship, the V20, has dropped to its lowest price of all time in the Philippines, seemingly in anticipation of the LG V30’s arrival.

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Normally P29,990 or around $587 (from P35,990 or $704 at launch), the LG V20 is currently on sale for P21,990 or $430 on Lazada’s local website. It comes with a sweet pair of Bang & Olufsen earphones and an extra battery to get you through a long day of constant usage. And as you may have gathered, you can swap out the V20’s battery, something many phones today often miss out on.

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LG V20 as seen on Lazada Philippines

Another feature most of its rivals don’t have: a second display for notifications, brighter now than on the previous model. We wouldn’t get too excited, though. It makes the phone taller than it needs to be in exchange for a negligible gain. We’d prefer that LG leave it out of future V series models as it did this year.

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As for the specs, the V20 lists a tack-sharp, 5.7-inch LCD display and dual rear cameras as its major attractions. There’s also buttery-smooth Android Nougat on a Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 processor with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of expandable storage.

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It’s also encouraging that this listing comes with a full year of warranty under LG. But here’s the not-so-good news: All available stocks right now are in pink, so those after the gray-colored unit are out of luck. And if that doesn’t deter you, it’s probably best not to wait until the final minute. You might regret not taking advantage of this offer when you had the chance.

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Reviews editor: Ramon "Monch" Lopez has 16 years of professional experience creating and editing content for print and digital publications such as Yahoo. He headed the gadgets-merchandising division of one of the Philippines’ largest retail operators somewhere in between.