Available in the US from AT&T, T-Mobile and Verizon, the LG V60 ThinQ 5G is a premium phone poised to compete against the. Though it’s a lofty opponent to take on, the LG V60 has a couple of things that make it stand out. One is low tech (a headphone jack) and the other is more advanced: a special Dual Screen case that doubles the size of its display. Though the accessory is nice to have and has a handful of useful tricks, it’s definitely not a necessity.
- Long battery life so far
- Headphone jack
- Two screens can be useful
- Bulky Dual Screen design
- Nothing exciting in terms of software
With the case, the phone costs from $900 to $950 depending on the carrier, which is still cheaper than the grand you’ll have to pay to buy the Galaxy S20. (LG has not announced UK and Australia availability for the LG V60, but that’s about £730 to £770 and AU$1,480-AU$1,560.) Without the case, the LG V60 is $800. That’s a $200 difference compared with the $999 Galaxy S20, making it a significant save.
The LG V60 is a great phone. It takes vibrant photos,