LG V20 not likely to be the most widely available Nougat device
The thing with LG right now is that even though they and their fans might be riding in the clouds on the fact that they would be the first company to launch a device that runs on the Nougat, even before the traditional Nexus smartphones come into the market, there might yet be a glitch to this plan.
According to new reports, even though the LG V20 would go down in history books as the first to launch the Nougat at a September 6 unveiling, it would not be the first Nougat smartphone that would be generally available to customers.
This means that LG might be looking at a kind of timeline where they would release the phone for sale much later after its announcement for the purpose of making better commercial gains. In this time, it is possible that the Nexus smartphones get announced and start to ship, making Google retain the glory of having the most Nougat-powered smartphones into the hands of people first.
For now, we have no idea as to when the V20 would truly be available for sales after launch but from a rumour, we have heard that it would be available in the United States via T-Mobile for a package that would cost you $649, and the official sales date has been rumoured to be the 23rd of that same month.
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