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LG V20 VS995 64GB Verizon GSM Unlocked Titan CONDITION: REFURBISHED

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LG VS995 V20 5.7"" 64GB Verizon 4G LTE Unlocked Smartphone, Verizon & GSM Compatible, Quad-HD 513ppi IPS Display, Snapdragon 820 Quad-Core, Android 7.0 Nougat - Titan
AC adapter
USB Type-C Cable

SIM Card Not Included
Compatible with multiple CDMA, GSM, UMTS, LTE (multi-band/multi-mode) carriers

1.9 GHz CDMA PCS 800 MHz CDMA;
GSM 850/900/1800/1900 MHz;
UMTS 850/900/1900/2100 MHz;
LTE Bands 2/3/4/5/7/13/20/ and CA
Data Transmission: EVDO, EVDO Rev A, 1xRTT, GPRS/EDGE, HSPA+, HSPA, LTE

Condition Note:
These phones are fully functional, and may show slight sign of use. They will have clean LCD screens, and potentially slightly scratched housings.

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Wish G6 is this price already.
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Right price, wrong network. Damnit
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Wouldn't hit this with a 10 foot stick.
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You're going to see a lot of V20's being sold a lot lower in about 3 weeks. It's expected LG will announce the V30 on August 31...hopefully the New phones will be selling around $300 by early September.
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How do so many people fail to include a price in the title?

How does the OP fail to include a price at all, anywhere?
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Wouldn't hit this with a 10 foot stick.
Because of
the condition or the phone?
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Because of
the condition or the phone?
Pick both.
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Pick both.
Too bad. It's a great phone.
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The code THRFTRV20 makes it south to $260.
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March 16,2017
Traders Beware There is a class-action lawsuit targeting two of LG's flagship devices, the G4 and V10. The suit (PDF) complained of a well-known bootloop issue that either bricked the devices or slowed them to a snail's pace—all to the backdrop of warranties or LG failing to fix the problem. After we published the story, many Android fans were wondering why other LG phones that suffered the same issues were not included in the original lawsuit.

Wait no longer: the Southern California federal lawsuit has been amended to now include the Nexus 5X, and the LG G5 and LG V20. The updated lawsuit covers every high-profile LG phone from 2015 and 2017.
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March 16,2017
Traders Beware There is a class-action lawsuit targeting two of LG's flagship devices, the G4 and V10. The suit (PDF) complained of a well-known bootloop issue that either bricked the devices or slowed them to a snail's pace—all to the backdrop of warranties or LG failing to fix the problem. After we published the story, many Android fans were wondering why other LG phones that suffered the same issues were not included in the original lawsuit.

Wait no longer: the Southern California federal lawsuit has been amended to now include the Nexus 5X, and the LG G5 and LG V20. The updated lawsuit covers every high-profile LG phone from 2015 and 2017.
Did you create an account just to spam this on every single LG thread?
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I have LG V20 for almost 2 years now and I am typing this on it actually. Never had a bootloop issue with it. Nor with the G2 I had before that which is still running.

I love my V20 and will most likely upgrade to the V30 because of how much I like it. And the G2 before that.

I am not saying there is no boot loop issue. Just that luckily I have not experienced it.
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March 16,2017
Traders Beware There is a class-action lawsuit targeting two of LG's flagship devices, the G4 and V10. The suit (PDF) complained of a well-known bootloop issue that either bricked the devices or slowed them to a snail's pace—all to the backdrop of warranties or LG failing to fix the problem. After we published the story, many Android fans were wondering why other LG phones that suffered the same issues were not included in the original lawsuit.

Wait no longer: the Southern California federal lawsuit has been amended to now include the Nexus 5X, and the LG G5 and LG V20. The updated lawsuit covers every high-profile LG phone from 2015 and 2017.
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Did you create an account just to spam this on every single LG thread?
Okay, that was hilarious. I was just typing essentially the same reply! LMAO
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I recently bought the Unlocked non-carrier version of this phone and have noticed serious Wi-Fi performance issues. No disconnects, but the speeds drop significantly after a few minutea of connection. Compared the speeds to an iPhone us and Nexus 6, they were consistently slower. Keep needing to turn the Wi-Fi off and on to make it work normally again...

Anyone else have this issue?

PS I've had no bootloops.
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