LG’s V20, its uber-flagship, has what no other has – a removable battery in a svelte 7.6mm thin, MIL-SPEC-810G, aircraft aluminium case, and that is just the start.
LG’s newest premium smartphone is set to swing into JB Hi-Fi stores from 8 November at the premium price of $1099, while promising a powerful pro-level multimedia punch.
LG’s new V20 flagship smartphone is unique — two cameras, two screens, the first with Android Nougat 7.0, audiophile sound, and a removable battery — yes, removable like its sibling the G5.
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