LG V20 to be available in stores from this week, hits South Korea first
Officially, LG has stated that its latest device, which is the first to run in the Android Nougat 7.0 and is none other than the V20, would be available for sale from stores starting from this week.
As far as the distribution chain goes, the customers that they have in their own home country of South Korea would be the first beneficiaries and receivers of this smartphones in their various stores. They made this known via an official press conference that was held a few hours ago.
Already been reported to go on sale on the 29th of September, this announcement comes in line with the timeframe that had been earlier reported by the Korean Media and according to LG, other markets such as those in North America, Asia, Latin America and as well, the Middle East would not be left out of this offering.
With a specific release date not stated for this market but promised over the coming weeks, it seems that the October 21 launch date in the US is starting to get some element of truth to it.
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