LG V10, Watch Urbane 2 carrier details: where will you be able to get them?

LG’s big New York City launch event just wrapped up a little while back, but before it even got started, the cat was already out of the bag: overnight, LG announced both the dual-screened V10, as well as the new LG Watch Urbane 2nd Edition. We had the official specs, we had plenty of pics – what else was there to learn about this new smartphone? Well, while the overnight announcement brought word that South Korean sales would get underway later this month, followed by US sales sometime in November, we didn’t know much else about specific plans for retail availability. Today at LG’s US event, that picture starts becoming much more clear, as several big carriers line up to express their interest in the V10.

AT&T, Verizon Wireless, and T-Mobile have all confirmed their intent to carry the LG V10. We’re going to have to keep waiting before we hear anything about specific dates, not to mention the all-important question of pricing, but we’ve still got several weeks for those details to emerge.

Of course, the V10 isn’t the only one of these new products that’s going to find some carrier interest, and especially due to the cellular connectivity it offers, networks are going to also be interested in the LG Watch Urbane 2nd Edition. We’ve already seen AT&T talk about its plan to sell the smartwatch, but like with the V10, we’ll still have to wait a little longer to get all the details about how.

Source: LG, AT&T

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