[Great Deal] Get The LG V10 On Its Lowest Price
The LG V10 is such an incredible smartphone that could easily be considered as one of the most ferocious competitors of the Galaxy Note 5 since it boasts spectacular specs and features that make this mobile device one of the best phones of last year. Believe it or not, this could be one of the best Christmas gifts that you can offer right now since the LG V10 is one sale at its lowest price ever.
The LG V10 Is Now Priced At $260
According to Phone Arena, you can now get this amazing smartphone for just $260, which is such an incredible price that the entire units might be sold out in a matter of days, considering that this is a huge discount for a mobile device that was a flagship, and a product that blew everyone´s mind in 2015. At that moment, the LG V10 was getting sold in $700, which makes this discount something so incredible that is exactly like having the opportunity of buying the Galax7 S7 Edge next year at $250.
Another great thing about this unbelievable price is that the LG V10 is way much better than any other smartphone that you could find right now at a similar price, giving the fact that this is a big 5.7-inch mobile device that is equipped with a focus on an advanced camera experience and a lot of manual camera controls.
This Discount Is Only Available For 4 Days
As reported by Android Police, the LG V10 wears a QHD display along with a Snapdragon 8.8 SoC processor, 4 GB of RAM, 64GB of internal storage, and a 3000mAh battery that will allow you to use this mobile device for plenty of hours without having to connect it to the charger. There´s probably nothing more to ask, but if you want to have the LG V10 at this low price, you have to get hurry, since this will only be available for 4 more days.
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