Oct 31, 2015

LG V10 shipping out to US, China and Hong Kong this week

LG has announced that its LG V10 “ultra-smartphone” is to begin shipping in key markets this week. Specifically, the US, China and Hong Kong first, with the rest of the world to follow shortly. A number of US carriers are already offering the handset through their online stores this week, and T-Mobile has stated that the V10 will appear in its physical shops today. The phone should arrive at...

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