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LG V20 available in India ahead of official launch for Rs 54999

LG V20 is available for purchase in India from November 30 at an effective rate of Rs. 54999. The news was disclosed by India-based retailer Mahesh Telecom. The seller took to Twitter and posted a message, which mentions the price of the handset along with pictures.

Mahesh Telecom is offer exciting Buyback offers, where you can exchange your old working smartphone with the new handset. Even though the retail price is listed as Rs. 60,000, you can grab LG V20 at Rs. 54,999, which is stated as the best buy price.

The retailer announced two exchange programs. The V20 “Assured Exchange” program (short version) enables you to exchange S7 edge, Note 5, S6 Edge+, S7, Note 4 Edge and Note 4 handsets. For example, you can exchange Galaxy Note 4 and S6 for Rs. 17000. Hence, the effective price of the LG V20 will become Rs. 37990. If you have any of the below mentioned old handsets, this is the right time to get it exchanged.

The second exchange scheme helps you to get massive offers for your old smartphones. You can buy LG V20 for only Rs. 22990 by exchanging 128GB of iPhone 6s for Rs. 32000.

LG V20 Specifications and Features

On the specifications front, the LG V20 features a 5.7-inch QHD Corning Gorilla Glass 4 protected display with a pixel density of 513PPI. The smartphone features Snapdragon 820 processor, Adreno 530 graphics, 4GB RAM alongside 32GB/64GB internal storage.

The rear camera is equipped with a 16MP and 8MP dual sensors with f/1.8 and f/2.4 aperture. The LG V20 ships with 5MP sensor with f/1.9 aperture. A 3200mAh battery with fast charging technology completes the package.

LG V20 has landed in India after nearly a month of its launch in the United States and Canada. In the US, LG managed to sell nearly 200,000 units in just 10 days after its launch. If you make a comparison, this figure is almost double the volume of the previous counterpart, LG V10.

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