This is the dual-media receiver for $899 with a 3 year contract.
It offers both the full HD 1080p output, as well as the dual speakers.
The $799 price tag is only $200 less than the full price of the $799 receiver from the same brand, the LG G5, which also has a 4K display and a 2.5D headphone jack.
The dual speakers and DSP technology in the $899 dual-speaker is a big plus, too.
We’ve seen other dual-cameras with dual speakers on a $1,499 device, too, but that is usually a premium for the speaker and not the speaker alone.
We also don’t see much difference in video quality with the $699 version over the $1-1,999 version, either.
In this case, the $99 price tag and 3-yr contract make the dual speaker model $1.949 less expensive than the $999 model, according to the LG.
If you have the LG model, the dual audio and dual video features are $79 each, so if you’re willing to put up with the extra $79, you’re paying $899 for both.
LG also includes a $79 “Ultra” discount, but we’d be surprised if that’s actually worth it, considering that the $599 Ultra version has dual HD, 3D audio, and dual USB ports.
The DSP in the LG $899 Dual-Speaker also has three HDMI ports, which we’ve previously tested.
LG says you can use one of those three HDMI connectors to plug into a TV.
It’s a pretty simple design, and it’s the first of many such HDMI ports to arrive in the new LG.
In other words, this new $899 model is still $799, but it’s not $899.
The LG G6 is $999, and that’s just for the top-end model, which starts at $1 in the U.S. and $1999 in other countries.
There’s no mention of the new $1/2GB or $1GB/$2GB pricing plans in the specs section of the LG website.
We’ll have more to say about the LG’s dual-HDMI-DVI-D model, as it’s still not available.
The new $699 LG G8 is also a $999 product, and you can get that too for $199.
LG has a $99 version of the G6, but you can also get the $649 version for $699, or you can just go with the cheaper LG G7, which has the same dual-DDR4 dual-core Snapdragon 835 processor.
The G7 and G8 are available with or without a 3.5mm headphone jack, and there’s a $50 discount to get you that one, too; you can even use the included 3.0mm jack if you want.
The more expensive LG G9 will have an 8MP camera and an 8 MP front camera, but the $2,499 model will only have a 5MP camera.
The front camera is more expensive, but still worth it for the 4K screen and the ability to shoot 4K video.
The 5MP LG G10 is also available for $2999, though it doesn’t have a 4MP camera like the $299 model, so you’re stuck with the smaller camera on the $449 model.
LG’s new $799 dual-camera model is the same as the $399 LG G2, with the same Snapdragon 821 processor and the same 3GB of RAM as the G2.
Both of those are great things for video, and the LG will definitely get more video for the money.
LG doesn’t list the dual camera with the G10, though.
The Dual-Camera LG G20 comes in a wide array of colors, and with the dual cameras and HDMI connectivity, you’ll be able to shoot video in almost every color scheme.
If it comes in black, you can’t do much about it.
The 4K resolution on the LG is 1080p at 60fps, which is a great resolution.
The 6MP camera on this new model has the new “HDR Plus” tech, which means it can shoot 4k at 30fps, or 4K at 60 fps at 120fps.
You can’t use the HDR Plus on HDR-only video, though, because the image is still at its original resolution.
We’re not sure if this is something you can do with HDR-plus video or not, but either way, it looks like a much better deal than the 1080p version.
LG is selling a $599 version of this model, but again, it has the larger camera, so it’s a good deal.
If all you want is a 4-megapixel camera, though…