LG V20 Release Date News & Update: Preorder Date Changed; U.S. Roll Out Date Revealed! Impressive Specs & Features Revealed

By Tim Armstrong , Updated Oct 01, 2016 11:03 AM EDT

The new LG V20 is definitely making some noise in the smartphone market these days. It may not have the same attention the new iPhone 7 is getting during its release, but the LG's flagship device is certainly capable of competing against the best in the industry today. According to the latest reports, the new handset was currently listed for preorder on a U.S. retailer called B&H Photo. The website has also revealed the device's arrival in the North American market.

The preorder listing was posted by the store on Sept. 28. It was previously reported that LG will start the pre purchase of the handset on Oct. 2. However, B&H Photo changed the date of the preorder dates from Oct. 2 until Oct. 17. Despite the certainty of its release on U.S. soil, the company and the retailer have yet to provide the shipping details of the new LG V20.

Interestingly so, the B&H Photo reveal of the new LG V20 does not include the price. Aside from its release date details, the online retailer also revealed the smartphone's CDMA, GSM and LTE compatibility for the unlocked version. This variant is expected to work on any U.S. mobile service provider.

There are several speculations suggesting that the company will finally release the LG V20 on Oct. 21. However, this has yet to be confirmed by the South Korean tech giant.

Meanwhile, a week ago, T-Mobile has announced on their website that they will soon offer the new LG V20 in their lineup. It was listed as "coming soon," which immediately started a speculation that the smartphone will arrive sooner than expected. The new LG V20 will be the first handheld device to be shipped with Google's latest Android operating system, the 7.0 Nougat.

Industry experts predict that the impressive smartphone will come out with price tag of over $600. Stay tuned for more news and update about the upcoming LG V20.

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