LG K20 plus now available from T-Mobile with 13-megapixel camera, Android Nougat


The LG G6 is now available for pre-order from T-Mobile, but that’s not the only new LG phone that T-Mo is offering.

The LG K20 plus recently arrived on T-Mobile with Android 7.0 Nougat and a 5.3-inch 1280×720 display. It’s also packing a 13-megapixel rear camera with LED flash and a 5-megapixel camera around front for all of your selfie needs.

Inside the LG K20 plus lives a quad-core Snapdragon 425 processor, 2GB of RAM, 32GB of storage (23.21GB available to the user), and a microSD slot for adding more storage. There’s also a fingerprint reader on the back of the K20 plus, below the rear camera, as well as a removable 2700mAh battery.

T-Mobile is selling the LG K20 plus for $31.99 down and $7 per month for 24 months, or $199.99 full retail. If you’re in the market for an affordable Android smartphone, you can check it out for yourself right now.

Via: PhoneScoop
Source: T-Mobile

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  • SirStephenH

    720p? LOL That just doesn’t cut it now and days.

    • Andrew Singleton

      It’s $200 man. 720p definitely cuts it.

      • Jon

        And 32GB of storage… how many $200 phones have 32GB of ROM currently? not many!

        • AS118

          Definitely a nice feature. 2gb of ram too, which is not bad at all for budget.

        • Tampammm

          And Dual Band Wifi, 2GB RAM, 13 MP Camera and fingerprint recognition.

          Great deal at that price!

    • James Camptone

      People are okay with 480p video on T-Mobile, which is not considered high definition, but enhanced definition, per the ATSC digital television standard. They claim only 1% turn off BingeOn, or some crazy stat like that. So all people need is wide 480p 854×480. People enjoy archaic resolutions. They’re into throwbacks and vintage.

      • marque2

        It’s mostly because on a 5″ screen no one can tell the difference between 720p and 1080p. If you say you can you are either deluded or a liar. Same with 480, yes you can probably see that difference if compared side by side but it is subtle.

        • AS118

          For the most part I agree with you, but in certain cases (like really small print and/or Chinese characters) I feel like a higher resolution can make a difference.

          That said, I would be more than happy with 720p on a 5″ phone, and even 1080p on a 5.5″ or larger one.

        • Knot Hear

          With good vision or with reading glasses on, you can tell easily tell the difference. You have bad eyes. Get some cheap reading glasses.

        • marque2

          You are one of the deluded, or liars. It is impossible, unless your “reading glasses” are a 20x microscope.

  • Michael Elkin

    Seems this is not as good as the BLU X2 Mini, but this does have 7.0 vs 6.0 for BLU.


    Moto G5 plus for extra $25…