LG debuted their V series of smartphones with their V10 earlier this month. However the device had been restricted to only its homeland - South Korea - till now. But that's about to change soon, as LG announced their plans of rolling out this device worldwide.
LG V10 first went on sale in Korea on 8th of October with a 5.7 inch QHD (2560x1440p) Quantum display and Snapdragon 808 hexa core SoC under the hood (same as the one found in the LG G4). Nevertheless the USP of the V10 lies in 2.1inch secondary (160x140p) IPS Quantum dusokay and the dual 5MP front facing cameras. Apparently the device has two lens to capture standard 80 degree selfies or 120 degree wide angle selfies.
Korean electronics giant will be first rolling out their device to US, China and Hong Kong by the end of this week, This would be followed by launch in key markets of North America, Europe, Asia, Latin America, the Middle East and the Commonwealth of Independent States in Q4, 2015.
LG has further detailed its launch plans in US. Apparently the LG V10 will be available in the country via Verizon with a $28/month contract for a duration of 24months or at $672 off contract. LG has also partnered with T-Mobile to offer the device at $25/month for a contract period of 24 months. It would also be available off contract at $599.99.
Even AT&T users can own the LG V10 at contract of $23.44/month along with an option of $699.99 off contract. LG customers will also get a free 200GB SanDisk MicroSD along with an extra battery and charging cradles with each purchase. This sums up to freebies worth $300. However this offer is only applicable for purchases made within November 15th.