LG may not have shared yet the release date of its newest flagship product, but B&H Photo, one of the company’s retailer, has listed the LG V20 for preorder, spoiling the actual date of the release of the newest mobile phone.
Last September 28, B&H Photo have shared their preorder listing for LG V20 and while the expected date of release is on the 2nd of October, the retailer posted its listing and altered the date of the release later on October 2, a Sunday. However, the date on when the handset is going to be shipped to its users isn’t discussed by the retailer or even mention a pinch of information with regards to the exact date.
What’s more interesting is that the B&H Photo also didn’t include the price of the mobile phone, but they have unlocked a variant of the newest flagship of LG. the listings also showcased that LG V20 is on offer as “North American Variant” which could be compatible with CDMA, GSM as well as LTE.
Meaning, the unlocked model of the phone that is posted as for sale at B&H Photo will work with any popular and major US network and those who are wanting to buy the mobile phone can now breath easily since carrier compatibility is not a problem anymore.
Even if B&H Photo didn’t share any clues about the price of the LG V20, experts estimate the product to be around $600. In South Korea, the phone is approximately sold at $800 but prices are relatively higher in contrast to North America, according to CheckTheScience.com.
Because of the posted ‘teaser’ and sneak peek of B&H Photo on LG V20’s arrival date in the US, consumers are holding their hopes high that other retailers as well as carriers follow-up more details and information regarding the device.
Source: University Herald